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3/8/2024

The best no-code low-code platforms. What are the best to use? Ranking 2024

Which no-code low-code platforms will be the best and most popular in 2024? Check out our ranking, in which we evaluate LCNC tools and discuss their development.

Agenda

00:45- Bubble

2:30- FlutterFlow

3:16- Xano

4:14- Webflow

5:15- Retool

6:10- WeWeb

7:25- Summary

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Introduction to Top No-Code Tools in 2024

Hello, I am Kamil Tarczyński, welcome to another episode of our Just No Code podcast. Today, we'll discuss the best or most popular no-code platforms for 2024 and why we believe they are the best or most interesting to use. Without further ado, let's get started.

Bubble - The Leader Among No-Code Platforms

I think the first platform I'll start with, and it should be obvious, is Bubble. Bubble is continuously the most popular, largest, and most comprehensive no-code/low-code platform for building web applications. Almost 4 million applications have been created with this platform, so you can see the gigantic scale and how many projects are developed on this platform.

And why do I think this platform will continue to be successful? First and foremost, because it remains the most comprehensive all-in-one platform that allows us to build both backend and frontend. It is scalable, based on AWS, and provides the necessary security measures. All ISO or SOC certifications are in place, making it perfectly suitable for corporations as well. Solutions can also be deployed on dedicated instances. Additionally, Bubble is working hard this year on significant optimizations related to processing large amounts of data. Surprisingly, Bubble will soon offer the ability to build native mobile applications.

Flutterflow - A Dynamically Developing Alternative

The next platform worth listing, more alphabetically, is Flutterflow. Flutterflow is continuously developing very dynamically. New features are constantly being added. It is expanded with AI capabilities. By the way, Bubble will also soon have AI capabilities. With Flutterflow, we can add our code. We can export the code of these native, mobile applications because Flutterflow allows us to build native mobile applications based on Flutter, and we can generate this code using AI solutions. Therefore, in my opinion, this platform will continue to develop dynamically and will allow us to build truly fantastic mobile applications, which is already possible.

Xano - A Powerful Backend Building Tool

The next platform I'd like to highlight is, of course, Xano. We also use Xano at Have No Code because it is an excellent tool for building backends, which is also continuously developing dynamically. Xano has started to invest heavily in agencies that help clients build scalable backends. An interesting piece of information from Xano's founders is that it is usually used in combination with custom code and the traditional frontend where someone may have great frontend skills but lacks the programming knowledge to create the backend. But with Xano, it is much simpler and faster and allows us to build great scalable backends based on this platform. Therefore, in my opinion, Xano will continue to develop excellently and will be the leading platform in the coming years for building backends, as Xano allows us to build backends exclusively.

Webflow - The New Leader Among Website Building Tools

The next platform worth mentioning is Webflow. Webflow continuously celebrates triumphs and evolves as the leading platform for building CMSs or websites. To date, of course, the most popular tool in the world for such tasks has been WordPress. However, we have already recorded an episode about this, which you can find in the link at the corner of this recording. In my opinion, Webflow will surpass WordPress and become the new WordPress but much better, faster, safer, with a much larger array of possibilities soon. I believe it will continue to develop without interruption. Webflow allows us to export code, so the possibilities are practically unlimited.

Innovations in No-Code Tools - Retool and WeWeb

I would like to mention two other platforms that we at havenocode may not use daily. They are not our first choice or focus, but they are definitely very interesting platforms that we are closely monitoring. The first of these is Retool. Retool is a tool that allows us to build internal applications. It is exclusively for internal use because its pricing model is based on paying per user who uses the application, not just per capacity. This operates on a similar principle as power apps or app sheet in Google. However, here we have much greater capabilities and flexibility in terms of building these tools, connecting them, or deploying them on our infrastructure. The tool is really interesting, allowing us to use various programming languages, connect with many databases, and is intensely developing. I believe it will be one of the leading or most interesting platforms to use in the coming year.

Weweb and Its Unique Capabilities

Another tool that we may not currently use but might consider in the future is Weweb. Weweb is somewhat a competitor to Bubble, although not entirely, as Weweb allows us to build front-ends and connect them with some backend. However, Weweb has the advantage of allowing code export, direct code tweaking, and deployment on our infrastructure, wherever and however we want. It has its drawbacks, such as if we want it to perform well under SEO, we must do manual deployment. I think the creators might work on this, but I'm not sure. Nonetheless, it is a very interesting platform of French origin, so the servers hosting WeWeb solutions are located in Europe. Of course, this is no longer a problem. In the case of Bubble, Bubble has all the necessary certifications so that clients from Europe can also deploy solutions on their platform, even though their servers are located in the States. It is definitely an interesting solution to consider for web development and application creation in this format.

Summary

That concludes our short ranking of recommendations for this year, or what we think will be popular this year. I hope this list was helpful to you and gives you some insight into what we consider to be the most popular or best no-code platforms in the coming year. That's all from me. Thank you very much. Until next time.

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