12 cool tools that will save you time and money

What tasks can be solved by NoCode-tools

  1. For website development
  2. For application development
  3. Marketing NoCode tools
  4. NoCode automation tools

NoCode-tools for web development

Bubble

  • You have the entire workspace at your disposal. You can easily resize it, add elements to any place on the frame, drag and drop them freely, and overlay them on top of each other. So, in a few hours you can draw the interface, build the internal logic of the site elements and run it.
  • A large number of tools. You can add and customize text, buttons, maps, create forms and popups, drop-down lists, etc.
  • It has internal tools for working with user data (logins, passwords, linked accounts in social networks, etc.)
  • Integrates with other NoCode tools via JS-plugins or API
  • There are templates
  • There’s a trial
  • There is interactive training for new users
  • It takes time to learn the platform
  • Sometimes you might need to use code after all: Bubble is more of a LowCode platform

Webflow

  • Easy organization of elements: you can add different types of containers — horizontal, vertical, grid — and the whole blocks, quickly manage their content; create text, immediately formatted for a header, subheader, paragraphs and quotes; add forms, checkboxes, captchas, drop-down lists, buttons, sliders, etc.
  • Clearly configures the element logic;
  • Ease of adapting the interface to different devices;
  • You can create “symbols”: templates for individual elements (e.g., typical buttons) so that you can quickly insert them wherever you want;
  • You can create your own page templates. This would be useful, for example, for a blog site or an online store with a large number of articles or products.
  • There is a separate category of blocks for online store: templates for cards and product categories, shopping carts, payment pages, etc;
  • You can connect the fast page load function;
  • There are patterns;
  • There’s a trial;
  • There is interactive training for new users.
  • Some tasks require at least a basic knowledge of HTML and CSS.

NoCode-tools for application development

Adalo

  • Clear UX;
  • Wide base of training materials;
  • A large number of prefabricated elements;
  • Ease of working with databases;
  • Easy customization of the application logic;
  • There are patterns;
  • Funny plugs in the form of registration.
  • Perhaps only the high price for the Business rate
  • Free: unlimited applications, Adalo domain;
  • Pro: $50/month; you can use your own domain, publish apps in AppStore and Play Market, create an unlimited number of your own item scripts + more storage capacity;
  • Business: the storage capacity is even larger, you can work in teams.

Glide

  • Wonderful UX;
  • A huge number of tutorials;
  • Easy to work with data: all changes are made in Google Sheets and uploaded directly to the app;
  • Rates;
  • Lots of ready-made templates.
  • It may be too easy and straightforward for some :)
  • Free: you can make up to 1000 changes in Google Sheets, store up to 100MB of data, create up to 100 actions in Zapier;
  • Pro App: $32 per month: unlimited changes in Google Sheets, no Glide copyright in your app, you can use your own domain and use 1GB of data storage, create unlimited actions in Zapier;
  • Private App: $40/month; all the benefits of the Pro-rate + the ability to work in a team (up to 20 people — included in the tariff, but for each subsequent member of the team will need to pay $2);
  • Corporate plans: the cost is tailored individually, the same as in Private, and a few more tricks.

Marketing NoCode tools

MailChimp

  • Flexible editor for email templates;
  • Detailed statistics on mailings: base coverage, control of delivery and opening of emails, click-maps;
  • Useful hints when creating email headers: what to write to make it work for your recipient base.
  • Convenient CRM: you can divide your mailing list base into segments, find out where new contacts come from, tag and send targeted emails.

PuzzleBot

  • Intuitive message and script builder;
  • Hints to your actions throughout the bot creation process;
  • Detailed statistics on user interactions with the bot;
  • There is an opportunity to segment the audience;
  • Sales can be set up via Telegram: product cards can be created, designer of payment and delivery options, notifications on order status, etc.
  • There is a detailed knowledge base;
  • There is a termless free tariff. Price for others — from 472 rubles/month.

Intercom

  • Intuitive setup of the chatbot;
  • Ability to customize the tone and content of chatbot messages depending on the specifics of your business and customer portrait;
  • There are video tutorials;
  • You can set up integration with social networks and other tools;
  • It is possible to create e-mail messages based on the chatbot database;
  • Open API.
  • Customers will not be able to order a callback;
  • The setting interface language is English.

NoCode automation tools

Integromat (Official partner of our studio)

  • Over 1,000 apps for integration;
  • Scripts can be easily created using features and visual tools;
  • Possibility to process different parts of data in different scenarios. For example, you need to receive an email with attachments that need to be uploaded into separate archives. You set up the necessary scripts in advance and you’re done.

Automate.io

  • Creating scripts in the traditional NoCode drag-and-drop method: you simply drag and drop elements on top of each other and literally create integrations in one click;
  • There are integration templates for the most popular applications;
  • Large list of supported applications;
  • Ability to use API if you need to solve more complicated tasks;
  • There are video tutorials on the YouTube channel and tutorial articles with great gifs right on the service website.

Auxiliary NoCode tools

  • Coda. The motto of the service is “One doc for all. And all in one doc” (“One doc for all. All in one document. Coda is a true salvation for those who are used to use everything at once. With this service you don’t need to be bothered with a bunch of browser tabs consuming RAM, running between text documents, tables, presentations, checklists and task trackers. Coda collects everything in one place and helps to work with information much more efficiently.
  • Stripe. Stripe’s popular partners include Amazon, Spotify, Slack, Google, Zoom and others.
  • Obviously.ai. It’s a data analysis service that allows you to predict just about everything about your business: conversions, optimal subscription prices, LTV, etc. For instance, you can upload data from CSV file, database or CRM and ask “how many customers will come back to us in the next month?” or choose the desired forecast from the list. Obviously.ai will automatically recognize the question, ML algorithms will analyze the information and give a forecast.

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