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When I was introduced to CrowdTek by its creator and founder Art West from Nocodedevs, and he stated that the tool was a one-platform system to manage all your business’s online presence, I was skeptical, to say the least. These were bold claims, very bold claims but I have to say, after a brief walkthrough (filmed here) I was sold.
Automation is becoming a huge business. Zapier recently announced that they have gone from a weekend side project to $50 million ARR with over 3 million customers. But Zapier has been one of the first to capitalize on this market but they are certainly not the last and others like parabola and integromat offer a slightly different take in a clearly very profitable market.
I was recently having a chat in a startup community forum regarding the best way to build an MVP, i was, of course, advocating for team nocode but there was a large number of folks arguing for the full dev way so I thought id write a little something something about it
Well, let’s be honest 2020 has been a shit storm of a year, with covid, lockdowns, elections, and Brexit, I don’t think ill be the only one to be pleased when it’s over. But besides a vaccine, the end of lockdown, and someone with half a brain in the white house what have we, as no coders, got to look forward to in 2021.
Hatch is a cloneable at the moment but I do believe the creator, Mackenzie Child, is going to start charging for use in the future, so clone it now.
To put it in clear and obvious terms, Schema is awesome!! It’s basically a bit of code you can put on your Webflow site, that helps that site get found in web searches. This code snippet could give your project/ business the push it needs for you to get ahead of the competition.
First of all, a big thank you to all of you guys for signing beforehand. The aim of this project is to give all nocode enthusiasts a place where they can create a portfolio, find inspiration and make money. It will specifically focus on three main groups of people. The nocode the expert, the beginner and the entrepreneur or business owner.
As you all may know WordPress has been around for a long long time and is used on more than 60 million websites worldwide after its release in 2003 however for the last 7 years the usage of other site builders like Webflow and Squarespace are coming more and more common amongst designers and builders.
There’s pretty much nothing that webflow can’t do but for that little bit that it can’t, it has the code embed element which gives the user a vast amount of power especially when it’s attached to a form element.
Last night F’insweet announced potentially major development for webflow users everywhere.
Let’s be honest, Zapier is great but finding how a workflow is not working or has broken down can be a bloody nightmare!! They are work arounds and ways to find out why the error is occurring. Here is a few techniques i learnt:
A guide to webflow cloneables
For a NoCode tool, webflow is up there with the best however this tool is not a simple drag and drop website builder, it takes time. One way I found to make this process less of a pain in the arse, quicker and more enjoyable is to follow some great designers, builders and teachers.
Finding NoCode was harder but not finding it was even harder!!