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  1. Building tech is slow and expensive. Bubble is the most powerful no-code platform for creating digital products.

    I am a failed and now lost entrepreneur and now I don't know... about about 4 hours ago

    Try https://bubble.io/ basically wix on steroids. Used to build web apps with no code.
  2. Building apps from spreadsheets just got way more powerful

  3. Build apps for every platform, without code ✨

    Ask HN: Repair and Maintenance App about about 1 month ago:

    Yes, I think no-code solution can work easily for this use case. There are no of solutions you can try and see which one fits best in your use case. https://bubble.io, https://drapcode.com, etc works best for web apps. If you need Mobile Apps, then you can try using https://adalo.com or Thunkable/GlideApps etc.
  4. Build voice apps in your browser without coding

  5. Powerful but easy to use, drag-and-drop mobile app builder.

    How do I make an app? about 16 days ago

    I had ideas to build an app, and made few 2 years ago or so. Indeed these technologies are great to start with. I would suggest going with Kodular.io or thunkable.com instead of appinventor. There are many pros of using these, cuz I've personally used them to build stuff I can say go with either of the two. They are completely free to start with.
  6. Simple, responsive one-page site creator.

    freemium $9.0 / Annually (Pro Lite)

    Where should I publish my articles? about 7 days ago

    Hi I am currently a Journalism major and I am looking to start getting into writing articles and all that while I'm still studying. I always have several topics I could write long articles on and I want to express that in some way. What would be a good website or medium I can use to publish my own articles on? I could use some website like carrd.co or wordpress or something but I think wordpress costs money and I...
  7. Build dynamic, responsive websites in your browser. Launch with a click. Or export your squeaky-clean code to host wherever you'd like. Discover the professional website builder made for designers.

    25 Chrome extension for Designers about 19 days ago:

    @webflow 🌎 https://webflow.com/ Webflow empowers designers to build professional, custom websites in a completely visual canvas with no code.
  8. Simple fast video feedback for websites. Fasten up feedback loops and deliver higher quality products to happier customers without all the front-and-back. Sign up for free! No CC required. No code needed.

  9. Automated landing page design

  10. Squarespace is the easiest way for anyone to create an exceptional website. Pages, galleries, blogs, e-commerce, domains, hosting, analytics, 24/7 support - all included.

    Not getting interviews? Do you have a portfolio? about 24 days ago:

    You don't have to use Troopl, you can use Squarespace or Wix or whatever but, the expectation on websites is so high now that spending weeks trying to match what these platforms can do out of the box is pointless. You are much better off spending that time making your take on a todo list app or Spotify Playlist maker and showing you can solve tricky business logic problems than you are do an ok but not great job...
  11. A magical new website builder made for Mac

  12. All-in-one workspace. One tool for your whole team. Write, plan, and get organized.

    Building apps in minutes, not months about 1 day ago:

    Very cool. I feel like this is the early version of a "programmable Notion[1]" in some ways which is built on similar building blocks that are customizable. [1] https://notion.so/.
  13. An all-in-one solution to sell your work and grow your audience.

    Assets to Make a Custom UI in Godot? (I am not an artist) about 10 days ago:

    If you're willing to pay money, there are various creators on sites like itch.io, cubebrush.co, and gumroad.com that sell assets for use in projects.
  14. Substack makes it simple for a writer to start an email newsletter that makes money from subscriptions.

    Coding Grace September Newsletter about 5 days ago

    I'm just going to go for it, as it's the right thing to do, it just so happens I was looking into other newsletter platforms like Substack, and was pretty close to choosing that one until a colleague mentioned Revue and I tried it out and really like it.
  15. MemberSpace lets users create online course, training program, or other business idea inside existing Squarespace website.

  16. A free, fast and friendly way to accept donations 💰

    Ok guys. I went ahead and bought $3500 of cartesi @0.70... about 4 months ago

    Create two separate paper trading accounts on the same platform. Use one account to simulate buying at constant intervals for 10 days (do per day initially for the sake of comparison) using $100 fake money/day. Then in the other account take $1,000 fake money and over 10 days of watching a chart, try to choose the best price point and buy only one time with that $1,000. If you then sit back and watch the...
  17. Bringing immersive commerce to the next billion Indians

  18. MailChimp is the best way to design, send, and share email newsletters.

    Mod's Tool Selection about 4 days ago:

    MailChimp: Again, market leader and good free access. Any other tool I should look into?
  19. Automate manual processes without spreadsheets or code

    connecting two Woocommerce stores about 2 months ago

    This sounds like a task that might be better suited to Parabola, if there are lots of orders every day.
  20. Connect the apps you use everyday to automate your work and be more productive. 1000+ apps and easy integrations - get started in minutes.

  21. Airtable works like a spreadsheet but gives you the power of a database to organize anything. Sign up for free.

    Do you have any abandoned projects you still have to pay for? about 1 day ago:

    I picked GitHub to store all the data (each question is a seperate .md file in the repo), Airtable for users to submit new questions and submit edits for the question (I use their API for this, so the inputs are stored in their Sheets), Vercel to host it all (which I absolutely love, no promo btw) and for the domain I created a subdomain quizzes.madza.dev for the only domain I own madza.dev (I use NameCheap, which...