Choosing your no-code stack is not to be taken lightly. How not to be mistaken?
This is effectively the starting point of any no-code project. Today it is more than 750 referenced no-code tools and we discover new ones every day.
The stack is very varied. We will be able to deal with subjects with already known tools such as Mailchimp or Salesforce, which can be considered today as our code tools since they allow you to do a certain number of things without code. Moreover, they are SaaS tools with APIs. You can therefore interconnect them with other tools.
You have in the no-code ecosystem mainly “natively” no-code tools which are for example AirTable, Bubble, Make, Webflow. There are around twenty of them today who are the leaders in the sector and they will have the particularity of allowing you to create any use case: you open Airtable and you can make a tool for HR for logistics than for any other business need.
There is a grid of around twenty criteria ranging from security to the size of the company, its durability, performance, functionalities and also price. When we compare this analysis grid and these criteria with the needs of the application, we quickly arrive at a technical stack that is obvious.
We will also see some major categories of tools on the subjects:
- For the Front you will find Webflow and WeWeb;
- On business applications you will find Bubble or UdDo ;
- On automations you very quickly fall back on Make or Workato.
It’s not always easy to find your way around, keep in mind that a no-code project is made up of several tools that go together, rarely just one tool.