How to Build An App Using Builder With No Coding Knowledge
It’s absolutely necessary to be available to your customers digitally these days. Part of this means building an app as part of your overall business model. But can you do that with no coding knowledge or little experience in apps? Today, fortunately, the answer is a hard yes.
App Development in the Recent Past
Historically, businesses had to turn to agencies to build apps. This meant a large amount of money upfront towards the project followed by a slow process, with little to no transparency. Software as a solution eventually presented itself as an alternative, but this meant businesses were left with one-size-fits-all options and no customizable features that work with your business model.
Studio App Development
Today, businesses have a better option— working in a studio environment, like Builder, to build an app. Going with studio app development means that you get the customization you would want from a large-scale agency project, but with the speed, lower cost, and transparency you want.
How does Builder do this? Well for one, we have the code ready. We have combed through countless app models to assemble the code needed to build your favorite basic apps. Want an Instagram-style app? We have the code ready to go. You just need to add your customizable touches, and we will write up the code for that. In other words, you pay for much less coding than you would in an agency build.
It’s also a faster process — thanks to two things: human-assisted AI and a network of over 75,000 developers. This allows your build to run 24/7, so you launch sooner and meet mission-critical deadlines. The increased efficiency of the AI/developer approach also means that you are never paying for lag time or downtime during your build.
A Money Saver
Building an app in the Builder Studio environment has one more significant advantage. You don’t need to worry about putting an enormous down payment on a project as you would with an agency. Builder lets you get your project going with weekly payments. TO make matters better, you can scale it to your needs as your project moves forward via the Builder dashboard. Progress updates let you know how far along your build is and more importantly, what you are paying for that week. If you need to make adjustments, that is always an option. If your project comes in early, you will end up coming in under budget, as well.
Building an app for your business doesn’t need to be an intimidating process, and you don’t need to be an expert in code to do it. Have you undertaken your own app development projects in or out of the agency environment? Let us know what your experiences were like via social on LinkedIn and Twitter.
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