Building apps with NocoDB

No Code, No Problem

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Article from Issue 258/2022
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NocoDB lets you build useful applications without writing a single line of code.

No-code platforms are all the rage nowadays, and it's not that hard to see why. They make it possible for anyone to create applications for their specific needs in no time and save serious money in the process. Even if you have coding chops, you may find a no-code solution useful for whipping up a quick prototype or a simple application instead of building it from the ground up.

While there are several open source no-code platforms to choose from, NocoDB [1] strikes a perfect balance between functionality and user-friendliness. It's also supremely easy to deploy, which makes it a perfect platform for building simple and more advanced applications.

Deploying NocoDB

The easiest way to deploy NocoDB on a local machine is by using the NocoDB Docker container image. The first step is to install Docker. To do this on Ubuntu and Linux Mint, run:

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