I won this past week’s No Code Challenge! I am so excited.
For so long now I told myself that I wasn’t a developer. That I couldn’t make things. But for the first time I believe that I can make things again!
I think what turned out to be so fun about this challenge is that I found a bug in the Fliplet App. The header image that I uploaded wasn’t the image that displayed in the Fliplet App Viewer or on a mobile phone. Instead, an old lady appeared!
It was interesting because if I used one of the default stock photos from Fliplet, the bug did not appear. Thanks to the Fliplet team, the bug is not squished!
Win money with No Code in 5 Steps
- Follow @NoCodeDevs on Twitter.
- Go to challenge.nocodedevs.com (bookmark it).
- Scroll down to the week’s challenge and click [Join Challenge].
- Work on your entry and submit it before the deadline.
- Check out the other submissions and support their work.
No code is about all of us being empowered to make apps and websites without an expert developer on call. Building with no code still takes knowledge, skill, and experience but it lowers the bar for those willing to do the work.
I can’t wait to see what challenges come next and what people will build with no code.
Next Step: Webflow
Making this app re-invigorated my need for creating an exploring new tools. This led me to Webflow. With Webflow you can make responsive websites without any code. I’ve only just started with Webflow but I already learned how to make animations and visual interactions on images, buttons, and on scrolling!
The things I thought I could only get with a WordPress template, I can now make myself in Webflow!
I started using Webflow tutorials from Brian Haferkamp on YouTube. In just 20 minutes I went from being slightly overwhelmed at the Webflow’s layout, to creating opacity on scroll and moving images.
Do you “No Code”? Share what you made in the comments below!
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