I’m currently working on a full comparison of all no-code tools available.
Google App Maker, Outsystems, Mendix, Microsoft Powerapps, Zoho Creator, are all internal-use only, not made to develop a SaaS.
KissFlow is a BPM (Business Process Management) tool. It doesn’t have bulk actions, external user login or complex workflows. It’s basically a mix between a form and a spreadsheet.
There are several other tools, but I haven’t been able to categorize them properly, so I created my own categories (please be aware that I’m still testing some of them, so this is just a initial evaluation):
Platforms that allow us to develop a website and perform some actions, but lack bulk actions (the click of a button can perform several actions), complex workflows (not just navigation) and user login/membership, such as:
Mobile Simple App Builders
Platforms that allow as to develop standardized native mobile apps, mainly to use as catalogs or product indexes:
- Mobile Roadie
- Fábrica de Aplicativos
Mobile Advanced App Builders
Platforms that are similar to Bubble in what you can achieve, but made to develop only native mobile apps, not web apps:
- MIT App Inventor
(Funny thing here: both Thunkable and Kodular are originated from MIT App Inventor. MIT and Kodular are free to use, and Thunkable is paid. However, Thunkable is the only one which allows to export for iOS. Kodular and MIT only allow Android export)
Web Apps Builders
Platforms that allow us to build web applications, with visual editors, bulk actions, API calls, user login, etc:
- Wappler (It seems like it, but I still haven’t tested it properly, I’ll keep you notified)
This is a special category which I have created to fit some platform that don’t really match on the above, as they have some database and spreadsheet functionalities, are integrated with APIs, and you can develop a membership portal to access and modify data, but there aren’t many visual capabilities, and most of the time there are no bulk actions:
Anyway, the ones I really focus on are Bubble (the best web app builder IMO) and Thunkable (the best native app builder IMO).
Hope I could help.