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Welcome to this week’s issue of NoCodeDevs! I hope you’ve had a fun and productive week. Have a project to share? Let us know on Twitter or on the membership site.
No code is a great leveler of software projects. One of the easiest examples of anyone being able to build something with no code are websites. Ken Tabor breaks down why no code website builders, like Carrd, are great for people who want to make a website on their own.
Why would you do something so simple? I can surely see uses cases such as:
* Product-landing page MVP to test-and-learn
* Personal portfolio site
* Event “poster”
John Lindquist on Twitter asked, “Which book do you think every developer should read?” It made me wonder, do you think development books are good for no code? At its core, no code takes the same logical thinking that coding does.
Not all the books in the comments related directly to software development. Here are some from the comments that I think applies to every maker.
  • Free as in Freedom (2.0) by Richard Stallman
  • How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
  • The Five Dysfunctions of a Team by Patrick Lencioni
  • Why Customers Really Buy by Linda Goodman
  • The Information by James Gleick
OutSystems is says they’re the world’s leading business agility platform for building mobile and web apps. Goncalo asked on Twitter for folks to spill the beans on its no code/low code functionality. Turns out, OutSystems might not be as low code as they claim. Luis says “To take more out of the platform, you gotta get your hands dirty in the code.” However, Sydney says, “I think what OutSystems does really well is building enterprise-level web and mobile apps.”
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