Starting a no-code side project is...
Making a no-code side project is... overwhelming.
Where should you start and what tools should you use? I've created this site as a Maker's guide to help reduce your effort to make and launch a no-code side project.
Have you ever thought, what no-code tools should you use?
Instead, start with asking yourself, what problem do I have or that my audience has? Then work from there to create a solution on what thing or awesome experience can I make to solve it.
Where to Start?
Start with the problem not the solution. Then ask how do you plan to create and deliver value to your user… work backwards from there. You’ll be closer to making something that people need.
How do you know you're using the right no code tools for your project? If you start with the wrong tools, you could go in the wrong direction fast. Wasting your time, effort and money.
To help with this, I created a way to recommend which no code tools are best to help turn your idea into a reality. It's based on data from dozens of interviews with insanely talented Makers.
It's called Get Stackd. I made it for Makers like you and I. Try it for free.
Pick one to start
Try any three resources to help you get started and create a no code app.
The no-code Tool Generator
Use our easy web-based tool (made with no-code, btw ) to create your personalized stack of no code tools for your next project.
Get your Custom no-Code Stack
Answer a few questions (<12) and get your recommended no-code stack of tools.
The no-code tool generator is based on the stacks of dozens of Makers to help guide you to the best way to turn your idea into a reality.
Who is the No-Code Tool Generator for?
No Code Makers who want to move fast. Answer a few questions of what you want to build and get your entire stack of no code tools in minutes. You can save weeks of time and can get right to work on the right tools to bring your idea to life.
So, what's so great about it?
All recommendations are based your skill level, your needs and on the stacks of Makers who have shipped products. I’ve put together the best stacks based on real Maker data and recommendations from those Makers. As a 3x Maker myself, I also add input so that you don’t waste time and money building something with the wrong tool.
How does it work?
Instead of learning a no code tool and then figuring out how to build a product. I recommend to take the opposite approach. First start with the user problem, then decide what type of value output for your solution and work backwards from there to get your custom no code tool stack.