I tried Wappler 1-2 years ago in the past Bubble pricing fever, but I found it low-code and since I have not coding skills, I found it too difficult to start, and not sure if I will fit its learning curve. Normally I don’t care if the learning curve is long, if documentation and forum is supporting, but I didn’t find much for no coders there.
This last month, after the new Bubble pricing crisis, I considered it again, but went for more no-code solutions, like Weweb and FF. Though I guess that for more coding-skilled people, Wappler can be amazing, because is just the interface helping building the app without limits and you are not tied to it.
Regarding FF, for now I’m only interested in web app indeed, I saw it was conceived as mobile language, but also I saw they are adapting to web development, so still hoping it won’t be a problem for web app. Though, also I must say FF is far more complex than Bubble, frontend itself and backend because you have to learn and integrate it with Firestore or Supabase. And for what I see, the flutter widgets that you can add, for people that know more about coding (not me XD), allows you to enhance for any feature you want.
The community/documentation is also very small in comparison with Bubble, but I’m trying to find something that gives confident and potential for future years. It means, I’m happy to invest a year learning/mastering a new software, if it provides a trustable and powerful environment for the future years coming. To avoid precisely what happened with Bubble, than after few years learning and building, we have to move away.
PS: I also tried Noodl, Drapcode, Bildr (very powerful too), and some others… but at end I was hesitating between Weweb and FF, I found FF pricing more scalable for doing multiple projects, but I don’t know if Weweb might be better or faster, that’s why maybe @davidthorpie can tell us something