NoCode Projects You Didn’t Know You Could Make

NoCode Platform is an application development platform that makes it easy to build, deploy and manage web and mobile applications, systems, and more. It’s a simple but powerful platform for developing apps without any coding experience! No need to have programming skills or learn how to code when you can use our drag-and-drop interface to create your next great app.

NoCode aims to provide an easy solution for anyone who wants to get started building NoCode projects quickly. For a start, a great tip to start your NoCode project, all that is required is your idea, find the right NoCode tool for your project and time to successfully build your app. Be inspired with these 9 NoCode projects that we found within the community. If you’re thinking of building your own app, then this article is for you!

NoCode Projects of 2022

– Writer Resources

– The Dictionary Bot (Slack Bot)

– PomoPlanner

– Lnkrr

– Knewsletters

– Creators of Products

– UX-Resources.Design

– Microwonder

– DAO World

– Qoins

– Comet

– FiveTeams

– Lambda School

– Rebel Book Club

Writer Resources by Medha Muppala

Medha joined in a challenge called Build Weekend, which challenges a NoCoder to build and launch a NoCode project within a week. She came up with the idea of creating a resource directory of 100 and more tools for writers and content marketers. This NoCode project, Writer Resources, was built using Softr and Airtable

The Dictionary Bot (Slack Bot) by Sahil of The NoCode Pro

Sahil shared he had several attempts to build a Slack bot but every time he failed to fully do it because it requires a managed back-end and that just adds too much effort for a simple side-project at work. Thankfully, there are a lot of ways to pursue it using NoCode tools. With the help of Tray.io he was able to implement the Backend and Airtable to store the data and allows you to query your data over an out-of-the-box API.

PomoPlanner by Yassine Bouanane

PomoPlanner.app is a daily planner webapp that allows you to plan and track your main daily tasks, mini-tasks, physical exercise but also to take notes on things you’re grateful about, things you’ve learned and more. Yassine’s idea is based on the Pomodoro technique. It was built entirely in Sktch.io, meaning that not a single line of code was written to build it. The entire interface was built visually and the functional part of the app was built with Sktch.io’s visual programming tool.

Lnkrr: One Link in Bio to share all your Content by Simon He

Simon is a huge fan of Notion, and he mainly builds NoCode websites. A social media Link In Bio Linktree tool powered and managed with Notion. It turns any Notion page into one beautiful, short and custom link that you can use to aggregate and share all your content/links on any social media platform. The website itself is made using Notion and other tools used are A Notion Form capture, Cloudflare, and Figma.

Knewsletters by Sejal

Segal’s idea came from her personal struggles with newsletters. She built Knewletters, an app to browse and read through handpicked newsletters without dealing with your mailbox. It was built using AdaloSoftrAirtable and Zapier

Creators Of Products by Vamsi and Shiv


Creators Of Products is about a community of creators and a website to anchor the same. They have a Slack community of creators from over 23 countries who get together, discuss and learn from each other about building world class products. The website is to talk mainly about who we are, what we stand for and most importantly give a sneak peek to folks about all the awesome initiatives and activities that they can take part in once they join the community. NoCode tools used are Webflow , Lottie , Figma and a whole lot of coffee. Webflow has released quite a few fantastic features a few weeks back and I’m currently working on ways to implement them on the website and push the platform to its limit and test it out!

UX-Resources.Design by Christophe Farina

Christophe started to build in public, and one of it was UX-resources.design. It is a new kind of community website, offering a place to learn (from content shared and curated by the community), to practice your UX skills with unique tools, to share with your peers (getting feedback, advices or connections) or even compete with others during special events. The NoCode tools used on the project so far are WebflowTally FormsNoCodeAPIZapier and Sendinblue. His plans for the future are, on the technical side, implement the features of the practice, share and compete areas. While on the marketing side, growing the community subscriptions by posting in different social platforms.

Microwonder by Arda Kaan

Arda was a designer who had a lot of ideas but didn’t know how to realize them. Then I met NoCode. He realized,  NoCode tools brought the idea to life, it provided a very serious cost advantage and, perhaps more importantly, shortened the process excessively. As a “designer with no coding knowledge”, it was leading me to make a genius product. The rise of NoCode “democratized” entrepreneurship. Since entrepreneurship has become democratized, that means we will encounter more startups, and most of them will be “microenterprises”. microwonder is a microenterprise focused marketplace, as he shared. This was built using Softr and Airtable

DAO World by MJ Tenorio

DAO World is the resource directory for anything related to Decentralized Autonomous Organizations. It’s a place where people can go to find DAO companies and any other resources relating to these organizations. This site made by Softr will help you save time by having all of the information in one place and we have over 170 DAO’s listed on this site.

Qoins: A Better Way to Manage Debt

Qoins is a financial platform that helps people pay off their debt easily and efficiently through automated, personalized ways. Qoins’ features such as payroll deductions and round-ups on everyday purchases automate the process of making payments towards one’s debt.

Qoins was built with Bubble

Bubble has allowed the Qoins team to test their initial idea, and rapidly improve their user interface. Furthermore, they claim that Bubble scales even better than they had originally hoped.

Qoins utilized Bubble for much of their business endeavors early-on as it helped to achieve outcomes that would typically require a larger team of developers. Even now, most aspects of the business are still reliant on Bubble although some parts have been recreated with more traditional forms of code.

Comet: The Place to Find Reliable IT Contractors for Your Business

Comet connects talented tech and data freelancers with businesses who need their skills on short notice. This provides an opportunity for both parties to benefit from the arrangement: businesses get access to skilled workers when they need them, and freelancers can find work more easily from the comfort of their own homes.

While other freelancing sites like Upwork or Fiverr list anyone who applies, Comet is different in that only the best of the best are allowed onto the site. Out of tens of thousands applicants, they vetted and selected only ~1700 to be a part of their site in 2018.

Comet was built with Bubble

Comet achieved $800,000 in monthly revenue by using Bubble to build its platform. Even though it’s not evident what sections of the current solution utilize No Code, a big portion of the application probably still runs on it.

Comet is a shining example that you don’t need to know how to code in order to create and maintain a successful digital business.

FiveTeams: The Right Place to Find Your Next Job, passively.

FiveTeams connects respected international tech company employees with recruiters that are looking to hire these same experts. What sets this recruitment platform apart from others are its unique twists.

FiveTeams was built with No Code

The recruitment platform was created using an extensive array of No Code tools, which include: 

  • Webflow for the landing page and content management system
  • Bubble for the recruitment web app itself
  • Twillio for real-time SMS outreach to talents
  • A combination Sendgrid and Mailerlite for transactional emails
  • Zapier for process automations
  • Algoliafor searching and processing complex data sets   
  • Stripe for payments

Lambda School: A No Code Online Coding School

Lambda School is an online coding course provider that sits somewhere between a basic bootcamp and a more comprehensive university program.

The proposition is simple – an online way to learn coding which would provide more practical skills than a coding degree or a bootcamp, without the same time commitment or financial investment.

Lambda School was built using a variety of no-code tools, including Typeform for student applications that require conditional logic in the form of a quiz, Calendly for scheduling entry interviews easily, and Zapier to send data about applicants to Salesforce and power automated emails according to the status of prospective/accepted students, and used the Learndash plugin to make my WordPress website and coding courses work.

We feel that No Code and traditional coding can both work hand-in-hand in the 21st century, as seen by the success of our school.

Rebel Book Club: A Community For Worldwide Book Enthusiasts

Rebel Book Club is a planet-wide, subscription-based book club that operates on a combination of offline and online interaction between its members.

Upon signing up, members can vote on a non-fiction book that the whole club will read for the upcoming month. After reading the book, they’re free to discuss it with other members through various channels.

The club also hosts events (both offline and online) where the members can engage in networking, find like-minded people and take part in creative workshops.

No Code tools that make Rebel Book Club possible:

  • Strikingly for making the website
  • Typeform for the process of signing up new members
  • GoCardless for orchestrating member subscription payments

In Summary

We at NoCode Journal encourage people to make use of the advantage of these NoCode tools and build more products. We hope this article inspires you to build your NoCode project today. If we missed your product launch or want to feature your product, email us and we are glad to showcase your work! If you want to read our previous installment of Women In NoCode please go through the same.

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