No-Code Report

No-Code Report:

March 7, 2020

⭐ Featured

No-Code Report is excited to sponsor Nocode Rumble. This is an intense month-long adventure where eight talented makers are uniting to create eight unique products. One of those products will be chosen by the community to be awarded $8,000! Be sure to follow the Nocode Rumble Twitter account and follow along in the process:

🚀 Launches

Max Haining launched #100DaysOfNoCode to help people commit to accelerating their no-code learning journey:

🆕 Product Updates

Zapier launched a new Beta feature called Top Zaps to help you see just how many Tasks your Zaps are using over time:

Stacker shared a sneak preview of some new designs and capabilities coming very soon to their app:

Bravo Studio added a UI kit, sample app, and tutorial to help you get up to speed even faster:

💰 Opportunities

No-code agency, 8020, is hiring a NoCode Project Manager:

Ryan Myher (from No Code No Problem) is looking for 1-2 people to join him and help take his business to the next level:

🗞️ No Code in the News

Redbrick acquired Leadpages, a no-code website builder. Read the full press release on Business Wire:

🤝 Community Updates

Maker Stream is now official! This is a weekly livestream where makers can join, share, explore, and learn together on Wednesdays at 12pm Eastern:

Chris Spags (Jetboost creator) is doing early experimentation of how Jetboost might work within the Webflow Designer and he shared a screenshot on Twitter that turned a lot of heads:

KP is mentoring 5 "student" no-coders for the next few months. His list filled up fast, but DM him to be added to the waitlist:

Nucode now features Maker Reviews which is a great way to recognize other makers in the community:

🎙️ Podcast Episodes

Visual Dev FM #21: Parabola Roundtable (74 minutes):

CodeLess #9: "I hope NoCode is not a thing 10 years from now." - Emmanuel Straschnov (feat. Nate Washington) (84 minutes):

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