This is what I’ve found about building with no-code:
- The best way to learn no-code is to build.
- Building works best when there is something specific to build and focus on.
- Building something new is easier when you do it with others.
With no-code, we’ve done a lot of exploring. You’ve been exploring all the new tools. Learning about what no-code is all about. Getting excited about the possibilities.
But it’s time to build. And we’re going to do it together.
I fell in love with building by taking pieces and putting them together to create something. You may be the same way.
I’m a musician piecing together a song. A woodworker crafting a table. A designer making a logo. A developer creating a website.
We’ve created community in the Build Anything Slack. The next step is to build together.
This is what it’ll look like:
The best way to learn no-code is to build.
The building process looks like learning, building, learning, adjusting, building. Rinse and repeat.
Building works best when there is something specific to build and focus on.
I’m finishing the Build Anything Idea App. The app will help you take your ideas and match them to the specific no-code tools you could use to build the idea.
Building something new is easier when you do it with others.
The app will point you into the Build Anything Community. In the community, you will see others building with no-code. Members will create building groups to focus on learning and building specific features. You’ll be able to join them.
I’m super excited about this! This is the beginning.
Come shape what our building community looks like! I’d love to hear your ideas.
Join our Slack community and jump into the conversation in the channel #build-together.
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