Hello there! Are you entrepreneurial and yearning to build the next big thing without a developer? Have an idea in your back pocket that you want the world to see? Maybe you don't like current solutions and want to build one on your own but without coding? That's what this course is for - you'll be able to develop your startup through harnessing the power of Bubble and exploring numerous apps that we'll make together. (plus more apps will be made every month!)
What is this course? If you've ever had a SaaS startup idea of your own that you really wanted to execute but didn't have a developer by your side, then this course enables you to realize how to build it from design to shipment without writing a single line of code.
Who's teaching it? Good question. I've been involved with startups since I was 16. After founding, funding and exiting my own local commerce startup, I learned a thing or two. Currently, as a user experience lead at a well-funded startup and a passionate instructor, I'm helping people build their ideas themselves.
Why would I take it? There is nothing like the feeling that you can build anything. When I started learning web development, I felt overwhelmed by all that I had to learn though I still wanted to. If you're ever felt that way or don't have too much time to invest in learning, then this course will convince you that is very possible to take your ideas and make them into realities.
What will I do? Once I get you caught up with a platform called Bubble, I'll show you how you can not only design, but structure, architect and execute your startup ideas. Who knows? You could someday be a millionaire, all because you said yes to learning how to develop your startup without any coding.
How much time? Not much at all. The platform you'll be using makes it easy not only for me to explain to you what things to consider when developing a startup, but also for you to pick things up and get going entirely on your own.
What are you waiting for? Starting learning how to build your startup without any coding and tons of more apps with free lifetime updates! Looking forward to seeing you.
Hello there. I'm Salar, and I'll be the instructor for this course. Personally, I don't want to be thought of as an 'instructor' as much as I do as designer. Getting started in startups early, I always admired how developers were able to take team ideas and make them into realities. That's exactly what I learned to do with Bubble, and that's why I'm here today - to show you how you build your startup without any coding.
We'll walk through Bubble's interface to create and setup a new application.
Time to explore the Editor - the tool we'll be using heavily to create our applications' frontends.
Visual elements are basic building blocks of the frontend. We'll use them to design our interfaces.
Containers are more advanced components that we can use to make more complex applications.
Input elements allows website visitors to enter information that we can use to make actionable decisions.
Workflows allow us to initiate a sequence of events based on an action. They can be as simple as navigating to a different page to advanced queries.
Data is the backbone of every application, allowing us to serve information we own or store information from users.
Data types are 'templates' we create to store data into the database.
Data entries make up our database and are created by the data types.
Resto is a restaurant directory application that we'll build to demonstrate beginning techniques.
Focusing on design and user experience based on our market is important.
Let's make the design ideas come to life by building it out visually on the frontend.
Let's work on what search results will look like.
Time to setup our database with information we can serve to the user.
By connecting out database to the frontend, we can start creating value for the user.
Users should be able to search for restaurants so let's build that.
Some things should or shouldn't appear depending on some logic.
We should accommodate all types of device screens so let's implement a responsive design.
Almost done. Let's wrap up our application!