The no code revolution

Learn the benefits of no code for development and marketing

#5 Product of the DayMay 14, 2020
The no code revolution reveals the impact "no code" will have for the future of makers and businesses.
Some things you'll find:
๐Ÿ“š The history of no code
๐Ÿ’ก Validating ideas with no code
๐Ÿš€ Adopting no code and scaling with code
๐Ÿ”จ No code resources and tools
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Hey hunters! ๐Ÿ‘‹ Today, we are releasing our new ebook โ€” The no code revolution. ๐Ÿš€ Available for free here: https://wfl.io/thenocoderevolution The no code revolution is an ebook that uncovers what the no code movement means for the future of makers and businesses, and how it can benefit web development and marketing teams. For the past few years, weโ€™ve seen individuals, and teams, leverage no code platforms to build amazing products. From simple websites to full-blown web applications, no code has allowed makers to break the code barrier and turn their ideas into a reality. This has caused a rising trend in the ability to quickly go from 0 to 1 โ€” that is, going from idea to initial product. But no code doesnโ€™t just stop there. In fact, while the name implies that you donโ€™t have to code, what youโ€™re really doing is taking the principles of code and applying them in a visual user interface. In a sense, no code tools can help speed up many business processes while scaling from 1 to 100. From automating routine tasks to integrating new features, no code allows team members of all backgrounds to take ownership of product areas that once only a developer could understand. We hope this ebook inspires you and gives you a greater understanding that the no code movement is just an evolution of core principles that has driven technological innovation for millennia. Namely, the desire to democratize and scale processes, tools, and access to mediums that were formerly available only to a small set of people. Stories of creating initial MVPs with no code, to getting funding from Y Combinator and scaling โ€” it's all in this ebook. Hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed writing it! Hereโ€™s to multiplying the potential of what humankind can create. ๐Ÿฅ‚
I downloaded it and already started reading it. I'm very interested myself into the nocode movement. The ebook is very interesting and flows well. I love the comparison with music making in the beginning!
@giulio_maselli ๐Ÿ’™ glad you're enjoying it!
thank you i will try to use it
Love this! The more people we bring into the no code fold, the more powerful it will become. Go team #NoCode!
I have been interested in the no code movement but wonder if it's worth the time learning. I will read the book and hopefully know if it's worth it by then
@fractal I think it is! Especially if youโ€™re a visual learner (like me) and donโ€™t know how to code (but want to). For example, learning how to use Webflow enabled me to learn how to code websites in HTML, CSS, & Javascript really fast. I had tried to learn code beforehand but I didnโ€™t really get the aha-moment until I started using no code tools.