Sally Simms says the barrier to building things on the web is getting lower, which explains the popularity of the no-coding movement. 🚫👨💻
Sally is excited by the trends she describes, but she is quick to point out that no-code is not about taking work and market share “away from developers.” However, Sally anticipates, “there will increasingly be times when you need someone who’s great at no-code.”
On a similar note, Paul Jarvis shares how to run a $200k/year course with no-code tools. Some of the things he uses are a custom WordPress theme and the Restrict Content Pro plugin.