It'll change how companies test ideas and how products get built, transform product management and design, and open the gates to a new, more diverse wave of product creators.
Pull Panda was just acquired by GitHub. During it's time as a bootstrapped business and Abi as a solo founder, it hit over $25k/mo in revenue.
I think the no-code movement is beautiful. It’s allowing people to create without judgement (well, we all have our opinions).
The first version of the “product” was a manual process that we hacked together without writing a line of code.
From conception to launch, it took me about 3 weeks. I’d estimate that I spent 20-30 hours total.
Remember, only half the battle is delivering something of value. The other half is making sure that your product is actually "stacked" - it shares the same core audience, and is solving a similar problem to the app/sass product you ultimately want to build.
The video highlights the three most powerful and effective site/app builders for different ideas. I wanted to show how dynamic content and database functionality really differs between the platforms and when you'd need more or less depending on what idea you were building.
I've had one of those weeks where things popped up all day everyday which needed my attention. It's Friday and I feel like I've had an unproductive week just putting out non-crucial fires. All this guilt over a side project (Makerpad) which has brought in $20k this month.
its a small feature, shouldn't take long, let’s unpack this, circle back, I’m heads down, nice to e-meet you, quick zoom chat