Frequently asked questions

  • What is no-code?

    No-code is the art of building websites and web apps without actually writing any code. Using no-code tools, people can quickly build projects without any technical barriers. These platforms (like Ycode) are like a visual UI layer on top of code. You drag and drop elements, alter and style them, while the tool generates the respective lines of code in the background.

  • What is the no-code movement?

    The no-code movement is for everyone that would love to build websites and mobile applications, but doesn’t have coding skills (and no time or interest to learn). No-code closes the gap between the ever-growing demand for web projects and the limited amount of software developers available. This way of creating has a much smaller learning curve than programming, and no-code projects can be launched significantly faster.

  • What are the benefits and advantages of learning no-code?

    So many! Here are the main reasons why people dive into no-code:

    • No-code is expected to be worth $21.2 billion by 2022 (not bad to be an early adopter)
    • No-code web development is much faster than coding by hand
    • Costs can be reduced (by a lot) when you’re not dependent on a developer
    • No-code allows your entire team to work on projects (not just developers)
    • Changes to projects can be made quickly, and new functions added easily
    • And much more!
  • What is the difference between low code and no-code?

    When using no-code tools, you won’t be required to do any coding yourself. In low-code tools, most building is done without writing code, but technical knowledge and some coding is expected. While no-code platforms target people with no previous coding experience, low-code platforms are aimed at developers who want to speed up development.