We have always had and continue to maintain a strong belief in our mission. Our command line tools and even our in-browser editor weren't enough, we realized that if we were to succeed in "making the web more programmable" we would need to create a product that leverages the technologies we've built to make API composition orders of magnitude more accessible, especially to new entrants to software development. Some refer to this as the "low-code" movement, we simply see it as a natural progression of software development accessibility. Speaking to students at Hackathons and some of the most enthusiastic early Standard Library developers, we noticed that these new entrants to software development wanted to build software even though they were not necessarily industry professionals. We asked ourselves, "can we build something easy enough for anybody to use, but flexible enough for professional, and even Enterprise engineering teams?"

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