Here are the Top 10 No-Code Platforms to Build a Website

Look no further if you want to create your own website without having to write any code but are unsure of which website builder is best for you. We’ve compiled the best “no-code” website builders you can try in 2023 to make your dream come true. Here are our top ten no-code sites to try in no particular order!

Anti-code is not the same as no code. Developers and their expertise will always have a place. However, people should not be prevented from launching their ideas, establishing businesses, and pursuing their entrepreneurial goals simply because they do not know how to code. The proliferation of no-code development platforms that make it possible for non-programmers to create is exciting.

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1. Locofy

Locofy converts your designs into production-ready code for React, React Native, HTML-CSS, Next.js, Gatsby, and more on the way! It will save you 80%-90% of your time so you don’t write frontend code from scratch and can focus on more complex business logic instead.

Locofy lets you drag and drop pre-built components from Material UI, Bootstrap, Ant Design, Chakra UI as well as your Storybook.

2. WordPress

WordPress is a content management system (CMS) that allows you to host and build websites. WordPress contains plugin architecture and a template system, so you can customize any website to fit your business, blog, portfolio, or online store.

According to data from W3Techs, WordPress is used by 43.2% of all websites on the internet in 2022. This is an increase from 39.5% in 2021. That means that two out of every five websites use WordPress.

3. Wix

Wix offers more than 800 templates, all of which are professionally designed and fully customizable. You can customize your website using the editing tool, or you can use WIX ADI, a tool that designs your website for you based on your answers to a few simple questions about the type/purpose of your website.

It’s user-friendly and intuitive enough for beginners while simultaneously offering a slew of great features and hundreds of apps for advanced customization.

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4. Zyro

One of Zyro’s great features for eCommerce is its set of AI marketing tools. One of these tools, AI Writer, generates SEO-compatible text paragraphs based on your specifications. This is a unique tool that not many other web builders offer, and makes Zyro an even better value for money.

Zyro is integrated with the popular stock photography website Unsplash, which means users can choose from a huge library of free photos in addition to their own images and logos.

5. Square Space

Squarespace is an all-in-one content management system or CMS. With a single subscription, you can make a website, host your content, register your own custom domain name, sell products, track your site’s analytics, and much more.

Unlike other website builders such as Wix and WordPress, Squarespace does not offer a free plan. However, Squarespace does provide a free 14-day trial for you to test out the platform and see if it suits your needs.

6. Webflow

Okay, we’re going to start this list with us. It’s our blog, right? But seriously, we are passionate about empowering everyone with the development tools to build professional websites. Webflow grants you the ability to create whatever website you’d like without knowing a single line of code — from SaaS websites to eCommerce stores.

Many Webflow creators like to use Webflow as a low-code platform to really explore the possibilities. Regardless of your experience, visual coding and development let anyone take what’s in their imagination and turn it into a working product.

‍7. Bravo

Bravo is one of the most popular no-code app builders among designers because it allows you to convert Figma or Adobe XD designs into native apps for iOS and Android. 

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Bravo homepage showing the Bravo interface "Manage your apps" page next to two mobile phones showing the mobile version.

Bravo calls itself a “bring your own design and backend” app builder. Once you create your design in Figma or Adobe XD, you connect to one or more databases or APIs of your choosing. Bravo’s visual design interface simplifies the process of turning a design into a functional app.

8. Parabola

Integrating data into automation and connecting apps can be a pain. Parabola makes all of this manageable. Whether it’s an API, an external database, or the intricacies of eCommerce, Parabola streamlines the process of connecting and automating data-related tasks in a visually driven user experience.

Parabola homepage. Blue background. Left side: headline "There's a better way to operate." Right side: Demo video.

With Parabola’s drag-and-drop tools you can automate a process or create a workflow. Whether your data is in Salesforce, Mailchimp, Shopify, or one of the other multitudes of platforms they support, Parabola is an indispensable data management tool for your business.

9. Bubble

No-code also removes the obstacles to software development. Bubble lets you build your own app without having to know any programming languages.

An image of the Bubble website.

Bubble’s no-code app builder gives aspiring app developers a visual set of components to assemble and launch fully functioning end products. The abundance of options for functional customization makes Bubble a powerful tool for software development and building apps, dashboards, CRMs, social networks, and more.

10. Airtable

What if you could have all of the functionality of Excel or Google Sheets and combine that with the data-wrangling powers of sophisticated databases, all without having to enter a single formula? Airtable brings spreadsheets and databases together in one program. 

An image of the Airtable website.


That’s it for this article! This list exhausts all no-code or low-code tools out there; there are some like Bravo, Ghost, Bubble, Carrd, Dorik, Pixpa, Makerpad, Coda, etc. We hope you are able to choose your tool from these. Do tell us your experience if you have been using any of the above.

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