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I hope you guys enjoyed the last issue. To my new and old subscribers, thank you all for subscribing to Society x Tech. Our fourth issue is discussing no-code development. Scroll down to read more.

Low/No Code development platforms are visually integrated developer environments that allow users to drag-and-drop application components to connect them together and build a mobile or web application. Examples of theese include: 
  • SquareSpace
  • Bubble 
  • Coda
  • Webflow

A look at how no-code development is redefining technical solutions.
The Best Low- and No-Code Mobile App Development Platforms

Before Low/No Code Solutions, it used to require businesses a lot of money and time to either develop mobile applications in house or through a development agency. With no code solutions, building applications are a lot easier and more accessible. 

No Code Products with Ben Tossell

A lot of times, people are wanting to learn how to code because they have an idea and they want to build it out. With No-Code solutions, you are able to build out the majority of your product and get it out in front of users quickly. 

Hustle Crew: How I built a global tech community and training company with no code

Have a big idea? Consider what you ACTUALLY need in order to launch your product or service. By peeling back all of the complexities, you may be able to build an initial product without needing code.
Some things to consider when using a no-code solution
Why the promise of low-code software platforms is deceiving

By trying to increase functionality of no-code solutions it is hindering the progress of better software development. Software development is expensive but the flexibility that it gives can pay off in the long run.

The Low-Code/No-Code Movement: More Disruptive Than You Realize

To take your Low/No Code solution to the next level, software development comes into play. As your solution get complex, you do need software development to take your product to the next level. 

An interview featuring the creator of Remetea
This month we're featuring Dianna Allen. Dianna is a graphic designer, mostly within the product label and packaging niche. She's originally from St. Louis, Missouri but currently works remotely and has been traveling since 2017. She is the creator of Remetea, an application that helps you find the perfect drink based on how you're feeling. Check out her interview now.

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