From where do you think the no-code beginner should start?

8 months ago from

Should it be reading or video materials?

Well, that's a matter of opinion.

When I started to learn how to build apps without code, I went through different resources reading as well as videos, etc.

And my opinion is that the most effective way to learn is from video tutorials Eg.: https://lab.zeroqode.com/courses.

Nowadays, we have many websites and platforms that provide such content. I started with WordPress, CSS, and HTML then switched to Tilda, and finally, I settled on learning the Bubble platform through video courses. And in this case, I felt a big step ahead.

Of course, reading materials also are valuable, such as forums, StackOverflow, Github and help find appropriate info much faster, especially if you have speed reading skills and can read “diagonally”. However, video tutorials are much harder for those who are not familiar with the language in the video, or have difficulties in listening comprehension.

Anyway, the ability to use both reading and video materials will speed up your no-code learning and building.

How started your no-code journey? And what do you think is the best way to learn from?


  • Veronica Kornilova, 8 months ago

    Definitely video courses is the best way to learn no-code

    2 points
  • Jasper Greville, 5 months ago

    I've been working with beginners in this area for years and I can tell you that it's a very personal decision. Some people are more comfortable with code than others, based on their past experience, education, and personality. And some prefer to use papersforge review to write our thesis. This is particularly true of those who have never done any programming before.

    1 point