How are no-coders not studying and gaining an understanding of engineering practices (database structure, SPAs, PWAs, intertwining your database with your front end)?
To get this stuff to work in Bubble or any no-code platform takes effort through learning (reading, watching tutorials/courses, joining bootcamps) and practice.
Bubble has allowed me to pick up the basics of the engineering practices I mentioned above and now I understand how to structure my database, how the front end interactions from a user could not just affect the specific piece of data they’re amending but also have knock on effects on other linked relational tables and ensuring when I’m testing that my workflow actions tie all of those pieces up to ensure a correctly working app and a clean & up to date database.
I’m hugely passionate about HTML & CSS and I think that’s why I’ve never enjoyed learning more complex JS which has meant I haven’t moved on to the obvious frameworks.
With no-code and in my instance, Bubble in particular, I no longer feel the burden of learning those complex languages and frameworks to build my ideas.
There are plenty of profitable examples of no-code tools out there. Profitable doesn’t have to mean billions, millions, thousands or even hundreds in revenue and it also doesn’t correlate with success.
Success is having enough profits or backing to ensure the business and app are running and serving customers/users as they expect to be served.