All kinds, from Airbnb mobile app clones that have a separate host app to smaller tools that help you be productive at work. I've seen the community build everything from a marketplace to buy modular homes to an online academy.
We're writing a manifesto on this. We don't focus so much on 'without' code. We focus on tools that help you build things, without the need for code. It empowers those of us who aren't technical to be able to build and helps everyone create + validate quickly. p.s. 25% of the community are engineers!
I've been building with no-code for years now. I'm curious and like to push these tools to get the solutions I've thought up. I'm thankful that such an awesome community has built up around that. I get to build new ideas all the time, for a career - and show you how!
Again, all kinds. We have CTO's, Y Combinator alumni and folks working at Google. Professionals use us to build tools for work and creators use us to turn their ideas into a reality. Come join us.
You can build tools that easily support thousands of users (Makerpad does). People often run before they walk. Think about getting to six figures revenue per year before worrying about millions.
Lambda School had thousands of users and raised a $30M series B and they used no-code tools (Airtable, Zapier) to run their business. That's a good benchmark.
We have raised some money to help us grow from some awesome investors including Earnest Capital, Balaji Srinivasan, Sahil (Gumroad CEO), Nalden (WeTransfer founder), Andrew Wilkinson (Tiny) and many more awesome angels. We're not going anywhere.
Probably. If you have anymore questions reach out to me (Ben) on Twitter @bentossell or if you're a member then ping me in Slack and I can help!