NoCode 2.0

Free tools & resources for non-tech makers and entrepreneurs

#3 Product of the DayMarch 29, 2018

NoCode 2.0 is the ultimate directory of curated resources, tools and hacks for non-technical makers and entrepreneurs.

I believe business creation should be for the many and not just the few. NoCode looks to inspire the non-technical entrepreneurs!

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Hey Hunters ๐Ÿ‘‹ I've spent the last year working on the new NoCode 2.0 realise and would love to hear your thoughts! On November 2016 NoCode was originally featured on PH with just 12 categories including almost a 100 featured tools and resources. Since then I have made a ton of improvements whilst listening to the NoCode community for feedback. Today Iโ€™m launching NoCode 2.0 which now includes the following new features: * New design and UI * 12 new categories * 100+ new tools and resources * Members area * Community forum * Discount codes * how to tutorials * BetaTesta (Usability testing) * Promotion directory (Sites to list your product) Ultimately Iโ€™m trying to build a platform which provides the best curated list of free tools and resources for non-technical makers and entrepreneurs ๐Ÿค“ Enjoy! ๐ŸŽ‰
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@thisdickie I'm a big fan of this resource - in my case I'm getting no-code MVPs into the wild while learning modern coding languages. Liking the colour scheme! For your members area, I'd be curious to learn which if any no-code resources you used to make that happen on your site.
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@brendonrell - thatโ€™s great to hear, thanks. And brilliant question. All the tools I used to build the site are featured in NoCode and all but one are free! In fact the only cost of the site is the monthly $7 Weebly Pro subscription. Here is a list of the tools I use for the site: * Email capture popup - MailChimp; * Promo code popup - Privy * Social sharing sidebar - ShareThis; * Contact form - TypeForm; * Live chat widget - Drift: and * Data entry and DB - AirTable
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@thisdickie Very cool! I'm assuming you're using a WordPress plugin to create the password-protected section?
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@brendonrell - no actually itโ€™s built into Weebly. I can password protect pages. Really easy.
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@thisdickie Good to know, thanks!
Hunter
I'm a huge huge fan of the community and platform @thisdickie has built and it's so exciting to see it relaunched in 2.0 with a popping new color scheme and even more resources. So much of the narrative on tech entrepreneurship focuses on coders (its why I started NTT) NoCode.Tech is a reminder that tech is truly for everyone ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ
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Hey @abadesi , just subscribed to NTT :) FYI, you should get rid of the "my" in the link above so people can find your upcoming page. Right now it just goes to the Ship info page.
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Hunter
Thanks @daviswbaer top tip, fixing link now ๐Ÿ™‚
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There should be more resources like this!

Pros:

Beautifullily presented, simple to navigate, lots of very helpful resources. Love it, Sam! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผโญ๏ธ

Cons:

None that I see.

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Thanks Jeremy! Means a lot, thanks ๐Ÿ˜€
I'm upvoting this even as someone who can code, because I think it will be really useful for many entrepreneurs and people who love to create. Good job! ๐Ÿ™Œ
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@booligoosh_booligoosh - Much appreciated! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ I'm still a huge advocate for people to learn to code, but it takes time, and for most MVP's you can do without in my experience. Alternatively, the hybrid approach of knowing a little code and using some off the shelf tools can also work really well!
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This is something I was looking for :)
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@michal_urbanowicz - Any feedback would be much appreciated! Always looking to improve it where I can!
@thisdickie Your product looks so clean and user friendly! :) In a few seconds I found interesting information :)
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