I am a no-code tool user. In fact, I really like using these tools. I love it when something speeds up the amount of time I have to spend on something and I am an early adopter of no-code products. But, there is something I must tell you. I DO NOT recommend building a full-stack web app with a no-code tool.
Today I was exploring the new Laravel 8 framework and found the new composer package that Laravel is using for authentication view scaffolding. I was initially a little concerned about the move away from React/Vue, but I decided to give it a try anyway.
A few weeks ago, I wanted to write my journey towards software development on a timeline for people to read. As I thought about what cms I would use, and how I would develop the site, I got out of bed one night at 12:46 am with the idea of making the website for everyone.
I am tired of software tools marketing themselves as "no code". Not because I dislike the tools, but because along with this marketing scheme come a couple larger lies.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a blog about why I was going to move to Bootstrap instead of Webflow for the css framework on the NurseryPeople website. A week later, I changed my mind, and decided to stick with using Webflow, and I wanted to share why.
Why I thought I had decided to rebuild the site with Bootstrap. (Later I changed my mind.)
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