I like how at 0:51 they are using https://hackertyper.net/
Really sums up how these platforms work.
yeah, everyone is making fun of that :)
Every time I hear people refer to people who code as "techies", it makes me cringe.
A lot of people here probably ask the question if you can create polished apps with Bubble (the platform Zeroqode uses). I found a designer who went out and built this: https://qritiq.me. It's a lot trickier than coding by hand because everything is absolutely positioned and all element relationships are WYSIWIG. You can though with some work.
there are quite some examples of polished apps (including zeroqode.com which was also built on Bubble). it might be trickier only until you get the nack of it, then it's much easier.. And if you don't have any coding skills then it's too way easier to learn it. To see some great examples of polished applications we have built check out https://bubblewits.com (that's our development wing) - scroll down to portfolio. Other examples can be found here https://builtwithoutcode.com
Looking at the markup/styles of your examples alone, "polished" is the last word that would come into my mind to describe this.
To be fair most Bubble apps look like b-school college projects for people who never created software.
If you ever tried Bubble's front end, it's really hard to get math right on the layouts. Everything is absolutely positioned.
Maybe I'm not your audience but I'm not a fan.
harnesstalent is a blank screen with JS turned off. If you turn it on it's 7.6Mb for a page that could easily be half that.
The biggest image is that background quadrangle with a gradient. Ooof. This is where the coders vs zero-code problems crop up: the coders know how to make use of the underlying tech, while the no-code gadgets treat everything with the subtlety of a bulldozer.
Finally some tangible examples of this technology working (and looking nice, too).