Responsive Experiments in Bubble

Building responsive apps in Bubble can be quite frustrating. Many times it seems as if Bubble’s responsive engine has a mind of its own. To help clarify somethings we’re going to run some responsive experiments in Bubble. We’ll start off with a blank bubble page, add a few elements and build up from there. In…


Is WordPress The Most Underated No-Code Solution?

Long before there were the things we know as Bubble, Webflow, Wappler, Retool and the term “no-code”, there lived an open-source project known as “WordPress”… Ok, I’m being a little facetious there. But, really, if one takes a good hard look at what WordPress does, you’d have to put it firmly in the no-code camp.…


Adventures With PHP Incompatibilities

When we first started working with Wappler, we went through their tutorials which were heavily focused on NodeJS as the “Server Model”. But, we wanted to try PHP since it’s a language we prefer. Yeah, we know Javascript is eating the world but there are certain efficiencies we can gain across projects if we can…


Managing A No-Code Project

If you listen to the marketing folks for some of the most popular no-code platforms, you might think that you can build a major platform for $100. While it is true that you can easily build a lot of things without writing code, software development’s Achilles heel has rarely been about the code itself. Instead,…


Sometimes A Bubble Gets Popped

We love the Bubble Platform.

Really we do.

But, as with most platforms, it has it’s shortcomings. And as a client, you should probably be aware of these in order to make the best decision for your project.

There are three big areas where it falls down…


Choosing No-Code Tools

The no-code landscape is changing rapidly. And, thus, choosing your toolset can be a daunting task.

In our view, we can break down the landscape in three groups…


What Is No Code?

“Nocode” refers to applications that are built using advanced visual tools. Examples of these tools are: Bubble • ReTool • WebFlow

With these tools you can: Build out an application UI • Create action rules that govern what happens as the user moves through an app • Create complex workflows…