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Just a few years back, aspiring entrepreneurs would reach out to software agencies to build a product. Not anymore.
Building it yourself gives you full control over it. You understand it entirely, can fix the bugs, and also involve other non-tech people in handling the product. Of course, saving money is a huge bonus.
Avoid starting with this till you validate your idea or build a good audience. Building with no-code is empowering, but still unnecessary till you can actually sell the product.
No-code is powerful, but it does come with limitations. However, in the beginning, having constraints is good, as it forces you to keep your product simple. Find workarounds and get your work done.
Finally, no-code doesn't need you to know to code. But it still does need you to understand the basic of websites. Don't get intimidated, instead put some work to learn new concepts.
We focus this report on building with Webflow. Bubble is more powerful but also has a steeper learning curve.
We don't discuss the exact steps to make a product. Instead, we talk about the broad path you would need to take to build a product and the roles played by each tool you need to use.
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