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I prefer working from an office as I need the daily routine. Also, it's harder for me to focus at home.
Yes def! The easiest way is to just generate a so called „manifest“ using a generator -https://app-manifest.firebaseapp.com44
Simply upload this json file to your root and then link to it and add the relevant meta tags: https://github.com/gokulkrishh/awesome-meta-and-manifest/blob/master/README.md50
I think Webflow should work https://webflow.com/
You can build out a nice front-end and then export the code.
Take a look at https://www.obviously.ai and Teachable Machine by Google
We‘ve got quite a few at: https://nocodehq.com/tutorialusingtool/bubble-1564423038835x171819877574784350
Definitely take a look at Parabola.io ! You can import data from various sources (APIs, Google Sheet, Airtable) and modify the data before sending an email using their "Sendgrid Email" step.
Zapier and Integromat would also work.
I’d love to see a mobile app builder that creates real native code instead of a webapp.
I once built a content aggregator mobile app using zapier, a google sheet and glide. I used zapier to watch a certain subreddit and twitter hashtag for new posts. After detecting a new post zapier then sent the post over... (More)
I'd take a look at adalo.com31 which allows you to build mobile apps and webapps.
We actually have a free tutorial that shows you how to build a simple social network using adalo: https://nocodehq.com/tutorial/1576319658869x77459414951787030041