No-Code Crash Course

17 VIDEO LESSONS · 2 HANDS-ON PROJECTS

Build your first app with Glide and automation with Zapier.

PRESENTED BY

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Sahil Khosla

Founder & Chief Instructor at NoCode University

COURSE OVERVIEW

About This Course

Beginning with an introduction to no-code, we move onto exploring the tools that make this all possible. Then, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and build your own app, a library management system, and an automation that keeps your users updated. Finally, we end with a peek into the future, discussing what’s possible with your newfound no-code skills and where to go from here.

Who is This Course For

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Those completely new to the concept of no-code and wish to understand its potential and foundational principles. 

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Individuals or groups aiming to prototype or launch a digital product without the initial heavy investment in development.

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Professionals in the design industry aiming to implement their designs without relying on a developer.

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Business Operators want to automate workflows or build internal tools to increase efficiency in their jobs.

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Individuals in the teaching domain looking to create educational apps or tools for enhanced learning experiences.

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Anyone with a passion for creating digital solutions for personal projects or community initiatives.

What You'll Learn

Requirements

Curriculum

17 Lessons

The course is divided into 4 modules and the lessons are a mix of text and video.

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FAQ

General Questions

Got questions? We’ve got answers. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about NoCode University, our courses, and the no-code movement. If you can’t find what you’re looking for, feel free to reach out to our support team.

No-code is a methodology for designing and building digital products, such as websites, apps, and automations, without needing to write traditional programming code. It utilizes visual development environments, drag-and-drop builders, and other intuitive tools to make the process accessible to non-programmers.

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