The other day, I did the following tweet about “No Code”.
To summarize, I thought that I wanted to study exactly about “no code” that I am interested in recently, but Manablog of manablog explained it on YouTube, so I learned it in a textbook.
If you read the future BLOG “Kojini’s Cafe”, you will understand the following.
✅ Understand the basics of No Code
✅ Understand the future of programming
✅ Know how to earn with no code
From today, I will divide it into multiple blogs, so please read it and deepen your understanding.
This article is a summary of Manablog’s YouTube video.
“A future that does not require programming? [Basic understanding and earning of no code]“
table of contents
2) What is no code?
3) 5 non-coded standard tools
4) Difference between no code and low code
Today I’m going to output what I somehow understood about 1) and 2)!
A few months ago. I thought this “no code” concept and system was good news for those who had no experience in programming (myself as the first person… lol), so I decided to learn it immediately. However, as I proceeded with learning by groping, I quickly concluded that I should have some knowledge of programming. It was There, I met YouTube explained by Manablog’s manablog, and restarted my learning.
Manabu’s YouTube was difficult to understand than I expected. I was a beginner in programming, and I realized that I couldn’t clearly explain a certain amount of knowledge with the technical terms I had in mind.
So I decided to transcribe Manabu’s YouTube and have been struggling with Manabu’s unique language for the past few days. I finally finished the transcription yesterday, so I was able to read the text again and deepen my understanding, so I would like to share it here as an output.
In addition, I will tell you within the scope of my understanding as a beginner in programming, so I do not know how much information it can withstand, but I will do my best to directly convey the intention that Mr. Manabu disclosed. ..
2) What is no code?
Nocode is officially called “No-code development platform (NCDP)” according to wikipedia. It enables programmers and others to set up a graphical user interface and create application software instead of traditional computer programming.
No Code is designed to speed up the application development process. This is closely related to the low code (discussed below).
In addition, these platforms are rapidly gaining popularity in the business world to address two trends in enterprises: the increasingly mobile workforce and the limited supply of talented software developers. ..
By using No Code, it seems that the following potential benefits can be obtained.
・Access (Connectivity)-By 2018, it is estimated that more than half of all B2E (corporate-employee) mobile apps will be created by corporate business analysts using no-code tools .. This continuing shift has increased the number of potential app authors, from individuals with coding skills to anyone with internet access and functional business intervals.
・Agility-NCDP expedites some of the app creation process by providing a somewhat templated user interface and user experience features for common needs such as forms, workflows, and data presentation. Turn into.
・Richness-Once limited to more basic application functionality, NCDP offers rich functionality that allows users to design, develop, and deploy apps that meet their specific business needs. It is beginning to provide a level of integration.
The following is a digest of Manabu’s commentary.
Reprinted from manablog material
✅ is a dialogue style that I ask questions, and I rewrote it to make it easier to read.
✅ What is No Code?
No-code is, as the word says, a platform that allows you to create various services without programming. You can probably create a variety of services, so I think everyone (who knows the content) is quite surprised.
There is also a low code as a concept similar to the no code. No and low. There are two concepts in the sense that “no” means “no” and “low” means low.
✅ What should I do to learn No Code?
What is best about No Code as it develops is the text in red in the above figure, “The future where the number of wheel reinventions will decrease.” This is a word that anyone learning programming should definitely keep in mind.
This “reinvention of the wheel”, to explain, is the same thing today, but the same technology is made many times in the world. For example, that 2ch bulletin board is very famous. It would be nice to make that famous 2ch from now, but I will study everything from scratch and build a system from scratch (I think that’s how it is). It’s not bad to study in this way (beginners of programming), but is it really necessary for the present age? It will be a story. Of course, it is OK to study all at once for studying. However, let’s say that you received an order from a company to make a bulletin board such as 2ch, like a client work. At that time, do you need to build from scratch? (Please ask yourself). This is the conclusion.
This is called “reinventing the wheel.” In short, it’s about recreating existing technology. This is pretty wasteful. “No code” and “low code” can eliminate this (useless thinking and time).
✅ With the advent of no-code, will programming cease to exist?
If no code comes out, will programming disappear in the future? That’s not the case (I answer). Programming thinking is necessary, and if (in addition to that) programming thinking is to be used in the end, if there is no code service, it is more convenient to have certain programming thinking. Without this (viewpoint), I think I would make a mistake in the design of the site. In terms of sites, services, etc. (Thinking about it), programming thinking is necessary first. So learning programming is worth it.
✅ What is the problem with No Code?
After that, plus (although I’ll talk about that), the current code is still platform-dependent and not extensible, and it has various problems. That’s why I can’t do programming anymore because the (no code) came out, and it’s no use learning from now on.
✅ What happens to No Code 10 years from now?
When asked (what a programming novice or other programmer does) in 10 years, programming may be gone in 10 years (I replied). However, (actually) no one will know in 10 years (think about the near future). For example, I think programming is definitely a useful skill when looking at (three) years, four years, five years, and so on. That’s why I (Manabu) think it’s OK to study (programming).
No, it’s a text that is quite rewarding to learn. It may be a little difficult for beginners in programming, but I recommend reading it multiple times until you can understand it. I am grateful to Manabu for understanding me “somehow” and for making me want to move to the next step ☆彡
In short, I understand that programming is still alive and well, and that the idea of valuing programming thinking is important for understanding no-code and low-code.
By saying that, I will continue to learn programming steadily as before.
Up to this point, I have explained “no code”.
Thank you for reading to the end.
We have given you information from Manabu’s YouTube.
In terms of content, I thought that it was important, and I took up what I understood after chewing.
I would be more happy if the information was useful to you.
This week, we will output about this “no code”.
In the future, I would like to extend from no code and write about “programming” as well. I hope to work with you in the future.
See you again! Ciao☆彡
Addendum: Ultimately, I hope to reach the point where I can create something with “no code”. I will try my best, so I would appreciate your support.