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What can you build when you don’t know how to code?

No code development platforms, or no code platforms as they are commonly called, provide a set of user interfaces where a user can create or change a software application without needing to learn a common, syntax based development language. The idea of making software...

Executive Perspective with Ramli Somers, CIO at TimeSeries: Partner with People, Use Tools.

The low and no code development world has an interesting problem. When you sign up for an account online, or finish running the installer on a new server you are left with a blank canvas. Yes, you just spent tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars on a tool that doesn’t do anything until somebody configures it. Did you spend enough time thinking about the people who will be using it?

A few steps ahead of Google… and riding the no code development wave.

If you've read our executive perspective series with either Brian Reale of ProcessMaker or Harold Engstrom of FlowWright, then you know that many workflow and BPM software vendors have an origin story in some type of services business. Whether it is consulting,...

Q&A with KiSSFLOW on Google App Maker

Following a recent article on Google going after no code business application development we were lucky to get in touch with a representative from KiSSFLOW who was willing to comment on the launch of Google App Maker relative to their mission of workflow automation....

Executive Perspective: Harold Engstrom, President of FlowWright

Harold Engstrom sat down with NoCodeDev this week to continue our series of interviews with executives in the low and no code development world. Similar to Brian Reale from ProcessMaker, Harold comes from the workflow software and business process automation industry....

To code or not to code… 

This is a significant question. Depending on what you want to build we can show you how to a) build it yourself, b) prepare for somebody else to build it for you, or c) show you tools that can let anybody on your team change the solution over time without writing code.

Request for Interviews

If you use any no or low code tools, then we want to talk to you! We are happy to share your story anonymously, or with a spotlight on your accomplishments. This is a great way for managers to highlight their teams work on a no code related project.