No-Code November

What if you could build softwares without any programming skills? Or make a prototype without writing a single line of code (zip, nada, zilch, code). With no-code tools, these aren’t dream questions anymore but they’re reality for a growing number of non-technical founders with a great idea and a little or no programming knowledge!

What are no-code tools?
No-code tools help non-technical makers complete technical projects that would otherwise require help from developers. Projects such as building a website or creating a web app.

No-code tools solve the problem of a creator without needing to be or afford a programmer to produce a technical product.

For example, Google Cloud’s AppSheet is empowering organizations around the world to do more innovating with less code. AppSheet is a true no-code platform, which means anyone can build rich apps and automate processes without writing a line of code.

Soon enough, you will be looking to crush your new year’s resolutions. By using AppSheet you can build a custom fitness app that can do things like record your sets, reps and weights, log your workouts, and show you how you’re progressing. Check it out!

Similarly, Data Studio can help you build customisable and informative reports and dashboards with ease, without necessarily knowing SQL.

Now that enterprises are realizing the power of no-code tools and the ease to use them, there is no denying that more no-code tools will be developed and this type of app development will become the new normal. As per a recent Gartner study, by 2024, 75% of large enterprises will be using at least four low-code no-code development tools for both IT application development and citizen development initiatives.

No Code November Challenge 2022 is now live. A challenge which is all about low-code/no-code movement and the idea of creating beautiful and useful apps without necessarily knowing how to code. Best thing? Anyone and everyone can join this challenge. No experience required!
Play now!

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