Introducing NoCodeJournal

We are a team of NoCode enthusiasts who created a space for all the NoCode, LowCode, Visual Development and Citizen Developer news, insights and trends. We are product/tool agnostic and just want to see the entire industry develop and reach a larger audience. We start of as a digital magazine and hope to be the source of truth very soon for all things NoCode.

Collaboration Across the Industry

Remember no man is an island and similarly despite our best efforts we cant be at all places at all times. Thats where you the person who is reading this comes in. We want your support and contribution to make this magazine be better representative of all the things happening within the NoCode space. 

Whether it is events happening in different cities in the world or it is product launches or it is related new products and services being launched using the NoCode platforms we would like to hear about all of them from all parts of the globe. So irrespective of whether you think is a very huge news item or you think it may be an irrelevant new item all things are welcome by us. 

Send us a note with the details and we will be happy to use the same and provide you the required credit for getting our attention on that news item

Meet Our Amazing Team

Manish Balakrishnan

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A community driven educational initiative

Any successful industry needs a perfect interconnected quadfecta of resources, which include passionate individuals, successful companies, community builders and great educational and current trends content. We are working towards developing the last pillar of this quadfecta by educating and empowering the NoCode community by providing the freshest news and latest best practices via the industry’s smartest practitioners. There is no magic formula to create a perfect destination for this other than with a lot of hard work and continuing to be disciplined and consistent. The success is also dependent on a number of factors, including wider acceptance of NoCode tools, building bigger and better products which can be really showcased and moving the end consumer towards greater consumption and usage of these products. The end customer hardly cares what tools were used to build a product as long as we can provide a great experience the building blocks of that experience rarely matters.


Getting a larger percentage of the non-technical founders, makers and dreamers into this community and helping them build their dreams without using code is our Mission

As creating things on the internet becomes more accessible, more people will become makers. It’s no longer limited to the <1% of engineers that can code resulting in an explosion of ideas from all kinds of people.

- Ryan Hoover

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