Posted on May 17, 2019 12:52 pm
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As you know, one of the habits I have been developing since last year is to become a better maker. To that end, I challenged myself to turn more of my ideas and hunches in to side-projects with or without a technical cofounder. Luckily, to my surprise, I have discovered the brilliant state of the no-code tools today and how you can build web apps/products without even writing a single line of code. Modern visual tools like Webflow, Zapier, Airtable and Sheet2Site.com etc enable non-technical makers to build sites to test and prove an idea’s necessity in the market. Side-projects are also an amazing way to build community which I think is 100x more valuable than learning how to build products. So anyway, today I wanted to introduce you all to my 3rd project as a solo no-code maker since November 2018.
Meet Nocode Hub.
Nocode Hub helps you discover the newest no code projects shipped by makers from all over the world. The goal is to be a community-driven showcase for the nocode projects and a home for the latest maker stories from around the world.
We're witnessing an unbelievable era on the web where millions of people who have never imagined that they could make products are suddenly being able to. The rise of this movement was well highlighted when makers (mostly non-technical) submitted 120+ projects to the recent Product Hunt "Maker Fest" -- Nocode Edition. I believe that campaign only tapped 1% of the total creative potential that lies within us as a community.
I've been a huge fan of no-code ambassadors like Ben Tossell and Ryan Hoover and how they have helped steer the conversation forward. I'm definitely inspired by their work and their contribution to the space.
Nocode Hub's current goal is NOT to be solution to a must-have problem. Instead it's just a gathering of people and their ideas. In our first iteration, we'd like to focus on highlighting all of the various projects built by makers around the world and bringing all the interesting news to the forefront. I intend to keep this as an open-source collection and invite the community to update the project library as we go.
I would love for you to check it out and hopefully be inspired to build a no-code project yourself. Feel free to let me know if you have any feedback/comments. ❤️🙏 If you ARE a no-code maker yourself or know of a no-code project that would be worth sharing, please click on the “Contribute" button on the top right and submit your entry. I’ll review it and add it to the main site in due time.