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Hey folks, not done a launch here for a while! Makerpad is the best platform for no-coders (biased I know). There are a ton of things you can do on the site: view tutorials, use templates, browse the best tools, see what jobs are on offer and the latest addition: Hire an expert I've toyed with it before but it was time for me to build and release this properly. If you use Zapier, Airtable, Webflow, Glide, Squarespace, WordPress and a load more tools, here you can find someone to help you out. There's a ton more I could build into this like payments, scheduling, messaging, more filters (Webflow limits my options here a bit) etc but focusing on the MVP first. Let me know your feedback h/t to Struct Illustrations for the illustration
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This is class, no-code revolution going to the next level!
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@bentossell looks pretty cool.. could I ask which tool you used to make :)
@singhanurag I used webflow :)
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This makes a ton of sense, @bentossell. Question for everyone here: What's your favorite "no code" tool? (you can only choose one!)
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@bentossell @rrhoover need to add GoDaddy to that. Their GoCentral website builder is the easiest I have come across.. way simpler than wordpress. Shopify too comes close. But if I had to pick one I'd pick GoDaddy.
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@bentossell @yfzhe we only support 10 options in polls right now :)
@bentossell @yfzhe @rrhoover I like Coda because that's the only one I know from the list (due to the Makers Festival, lol πŸ™ƒ). I don’t know about the others, but this one is Turing-complete, allowing to build crazy stuff with it β€” like this game of snake! 🀯🐍
@bentossell @rrhoover @yfzhe coming from someone that has no code experience, I found it very tough to use coda.. attempted it for the Makers Festival but found is way too cumbersome.
seems like it could be useful resource. I think that it could be even more helpful if it listed the expert's rough hourly rate.
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@_jacksmith cheers. yeah at the moment I'm trying to figure out what kind of marketplace it should be. Whether it should show hourly rates and people can just directly contact. Or if it should be more of a Crew/Gigster style marketplace
Another great featured πŸš€ Definitely see no-code makers being more in demand as lean startups become more ubiquitous!
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@lachlankirkwood thanks! yeah definitely. its a market that is growing by the day
So glad to see many people in no-code space. Congrats Ben for putting up this list. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
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@5harath thanks!
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