Of course, these tools do not replace developers at all. In fact, if you are a software developer you should start to handle them. In most cases, they can help you create quick prototypes or come in handy for clients or projects that don’t have or need a huge budget. They can be useful for the frontend and connect with a custom backend.
Let’s dive in some stats by The New Stack to help:
There are several tools that can do good to your frontend and just merge with the backend. Let’s take a look at some of them.
You can use webflow.com and connect via API using Zapier. This way you have the best design flexibility and with the front end.
You can also create a front end with bubble.io and connect via API using their API connector plugin. This would likely help make the front end more dynamic.
abstra.app comes with a real database integrated out-of-the-box so you don’t need to set up anything else to start creating. Easily integrate with any API through REST or GraphQL or your own PostreSQL database.
Bravostudio.app lets you power your app with external tools using APIs. You can use your Figma design as the frontend and power it by displaying and interacting with content from external data sources as the backend.
Use Code2 to create frictionless, pixel-perfect designs with our visual editor and turn them into customer-facing responsive web apps — without code.
Glide can help you make a mobile application in less than 5 minutes. How? Well, it’s built primarily using google sheets & it’s free of charge (until you need more advanced features).
I am very excited about the future of No Code and I am currently working on a bunch of no-code projects. I wrote this article to help you find the right stack of tools for your project. What do you want to build? Let me know! I’d love to help you get into the no code world :)