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The no-code landscape may be hard to navigate at times and many tools can have different purposes and approaches to building software. You can find comparisons of some of those tools below.

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Build websites and mobile apps
Wappler
Wappler

Pros:

  • Publish your mobile Apps to Apple AppStore or Google Play Store easily
  • The included visual query designer allows you to design your queries and generate SQL queries fully visual
  • Integration with the well-known version control system GIT provides full control over changes in the application, and also everts to the status of the application at any date if something goes wrong

Cons:

  • Doesn't manage hosting, you need to find a hosting provider or cloud platform for your websites
  • Does not have a free plan, only offers fully functional free 7-day trial
  • Does not have built-in database management tools
Build apps for desktop and mobile web browsers
Bubble
Bubble

Pros:

  • Good community support and that support is available on every channel of social media
  • Powerful workflow actions that allow you to develop complex business rules
  • There are many templates and plugins available on the marketplace that help develop applications quickly without the need to write code.

Cons:

  • Difficult to build customer facing and responsive UIs
  • Many features come with plugins, you need to find and install the plugin that best suits your budget and needs.
  • Performance issues can arise when your application gets complex and the data is large
Build customer facings apps from spreadsheets
Stacker
Stacker

Pros:

  • It easily creates application interfaces with the help of ready-made layouts and visualizing spreadsheet data by simply clicking on view options.
  • Provides powerful user role and permission management to control the access to the data

Cons:

  • Works only with Airtable and Google Spreadsheet
  • You will need to pay more for advanced synchronization options, such as being able to view updated data on the pages of your stacker app.
Build custom websites with pixel perfect designed web pages
Webflow
Webflow

Pros:

  • Design pixel perfect, fancy web pages and websites with a powerful visual editor
  • Rich document and video tutorials are available
  • Thanks to its wide variety of templates, you have the opportunity to both build websites quickly and see how to do it

Cons:

  • Requires a bit more learning curve, easy to use once you know CSS and HTML
  • Offers limited capability if you want to build web applications
Build powerful custom web apps and web sites
Bildr
Bildr

Pros:

  • Build many things for the web such as websites, marketplace, SaaS Products, Chrome extensions
  • There are many action types to build complex business flows
  • Offers extensible framework, including custom elements, actions, and external libraries

Cons:

  • Learning curve is higher, easier for tech savy users to understand
  • Documentation and training support is not yet rich enough to explain how to use all the features of the product
Build apps for all form factors, including mobile, desktop, browser, TV
AppGyver
AppGyver

Pros:

  • Most of the good features are available in the free plan "For all indie developers and organizations with less than $10 Million (USD) in revenue or funding", as the pricing page notes.
  • Creates both web and mobile apps for Android (even Android TV) and iOS
  • Having large component library(500+ core building blocks) and powerful interface generator for REST APIs

Cons:

  • The language in documents and the interface is more technical, having a bit more learning curve
  • Most of the AppGyver tutorials are available only as videos
Build customer-facing web apps
Code2
Code2

Pros:

  • Allows you to easily design responsive and pixel-perfect web pages with a rich set of components and style options
  • Provides built-in database so that you can design and manage own data model on the same platform
  • Offers free plan to build apps; its license model is not based on the number of users

Cons:

  • Templates and documentation are still in progress
  • Limited pre-built integrations for now

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