Your no-code platform
We are VisualMakers - your platform for no-code and low-code. Here you will find the latest news about the latest developments in the field of no-code and low-code. In addition, free tutorials on exciting tools and the best tips on no-code applications. In our masterclasses, top experts from the DACH region teach you everything about tools such as Make (Integromat) or Bubble, both theoretically and practically, so that you can become an absolute no-code pro yourself.
You always wanted to build your own website, urgently need a DSGVO compliant cookie banner or want to automate the annoying monthly reporting? We have the solution for you: No-Code.
VisualMakers for your ears - The No-Code Podcast
We don't just do it visually, but also acoustically. Take a listen to our No-Code Podcast. Whether you're on the treadmill, on your way to the office or during your lunch break, you'll find No-Code for every situation. Our experts Lilith Brockhaus and Alexander Sprogis discuss the latest topics on our No-Code platform alone, in pairs or with exciting guests.
Become part of our No-Code Community
The VisualMakers no-code community is growing continuously. Join our no-code platform on Slack now. Here, experienced no-coders can help you with problems. Updates and new features are discussed and you are guaranteed not to miss any information. Become part of the No-Code community now.
No-Code vs. Low-Code - What is the difference?
Low-code and no-code are often used interchangeably. However, there is an essential difference, because low-code is about applications and use cases where programming comes into play. However, the boundaries are fluid. No-code tools can actually always be extended and customised with snippets of custom code. For the basic applications of the tools, however, it usually really remains no-code. Before you decide on a platform, however, you should take a closer look and do some research. It may be that you need custom code for a special feature you want. This can be annoying if you have already put a lot of work into a tool and only then realise that this is the case.
Build and automate
Building digital products has never been easier. Today, with little money and a few hours of effort, you can build just about anything in terms of digital products and platforms - websites, web and mobile apps, databases, online shops, internal systems, you name it. A simple form would be, for example, the "translation" of a Google Sheet into a participant directory of an event that you can operate from your mobile phone. You can find many more use cases below.
Process automation is basically about structuring and linking simple, repetitive, but time-consuming and therefore costly, digital processes so that they run autonomously. Preferably with little to no input from humans. Simple forms are, for example, like automating email sequences. More sophisticated automations, however, can involve hundreds of links and steps.
Often, however, both areas are inextricably linked. Therefore, you will also learn something about both and know how to use and link what.