Best Bubble Alternatives for Web-apps: Retool, Canonic, Flutter Flow, Builder, Weweb

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This article is a summary of a YouTube video "Top 5 Bubble Alternatives for Building Web-apps" by Doc Williams
TLDR The video discusses five alternatives to Bubble for creating web and mobile apps, including Retool, Canonic, Flutter Flow, Builder, and Weweb, each with their own unique features and pricing plans.

Key insights

  • 💰
    It's important to understand what you're trying to build and select the right platform with pros and cons that fit your needs and budget.
  • 💻
    Flutter Flow's AI generation feature is a game changer for building web applications, allowing users to describe the layout and have the framework built for them.
  • 💻
    Canonic stands out as a web-app builder because it allows you to build both the front-end and back-end visually.
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    WeWeb is a newer platform in the web-app space that offers a lot of features, but it's important to consider if it's the right platform for what you're trying to do.
  • 💰
    Flutter Flow offers affordable pricing options for web-app development, with pre-built templates and API endpoints starting at zero to thirty dollars a month and unlimited options at seventy dollars a month.
  • 💰
    The pricing for Builder starts at free and is pretty robust, with 20,000 data records and 5,000 API calls, making it a great option for startups and new no code platforms.
  • 💡
    Paper form can be a powerful tool for building web-apps, as it has been used to create marketplaces and ride-sharing app MVPs with great success.
  • 💻
    Builder and Bubble are the most robust no code/low code platforms for building web-apps, but the workflow for using Builder is lacking compared to Bubble.

Q&A

  • What are the alternatives to Bubble for creating web and mobile apps?

    — The video discusses five alternatives to Bubble, including Retool, Canonic, Flutter Flow, Builder, and Weweb.

  • What are the key features of Retool?

    — Retool allows for the creation of complex internal tools and has been used by six-figure businesses.

  • What is the pricing for Flutter Flow?

    — Flutter Flow offers a free plan for hobbyists and minimal viable products, with the option to upgrade to a standard plan for $30 a month.

  • Is Canonic suitable for building both front-end and back-end?

    — Yes, Canonic is a great option for creating advanced actions and API calls, with the ability to export code and build both front-end and back-end.

  • What is the pricing for Builder?

    — Builder's pricing starts at free with a Builder domain and goes up to $29/month for a custom domain and no Builder branding.

Timestamped Summary

  • 👀
    00:00
    Learn about 5 alternatives to Bubble for creating web and mobile apps, including Retool, Canonic, and Flutter Flow.
  • 🚀
    03:21
    Flutter Flow, Canonic, and Builder are no-code platforms that offer code export and advanced features, but require varying levels of technical expertise.
  • 💻
    06:11
    Consider purpose before using Weweb; Flutter Flow offers free plan for hobbyists and upgrade option for $30/month.
  • 📱
    08:05
    Flutter Flow offers Firebase integration, pre-built templates, and affordable pricing plans for app deployment, with an agile team constantly adding new features.
  • 💰
    09:40
    Startups get 25k in retool credits and can use Canonic for free with unlimited projects, collaborations, and users, while larger corporations can opt for paid plans with extra features.
  • 💰
    12:06
    Choose the right plan for your business needs with Builder and Weweb, ranging from free to $119/month with additional options available for custom storage and premium support.
  • 📝
    16:19
    Paper form is a versatile form builder, while 🤖 Retool is great for data automation but lacks UI customization.
  • 💻
    18:57
    Builder is a solid no-code platform for enterprise companies, but lacks in workflow and tutorials compared to Bubble.
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