Although no-code seems pitted against code (I think it's the name 😂), they're more complimentary than it seems.
Our coding languages and frameworks today- especially for the web- are abstractions of older, less forgiving languages and frameworks. So we're already writing code that writes code.
In addition, our projects rely on third party and open-source databases, CMS frameworks, libraries, and APIs... all made from code that others have written. We might pull them in using our own code, but we're we're not writing it ourselves.
So why not take the next step and use visual development tools to help generate, test, and share parts of our web and application code? Especially for the parts it makes sense to... like the visual parts!
Here's a list of some no-code software that can be used to create and use code.
"BuilderX is a browser based design tool that codes React Native & React for you"
Design in a visual editor and export React (for web) or React Native (for apps) code to use inside existing projects or as a base to start a new project.
React, React Native
$0, $15, or $20 per month
"Generate Your Front-End"
Design front-end interfaces in a visual editor and export Angular code to use inside Angular-based projects.
$0, $33.25, or $66.58 per month, with an Enterprise option
"The self service app builder for Kubernetes"
$0 or $1,999 per month
"The best place to build, test, and discover front-end code."
Rapidly build and test all kinds of code within all kinds of frameworks. Then embed the final results and/or code snippets on any website.
All of them.
$0, $8, $12, or $26 per month
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