Let me begin by saying that I think coders are amazing. Today’s online world simply wouldn’t exist without their brilliance. And you can best bet that anywhere tools that require no coding can be found, awesome coders are lurking in the background…
…which is a diplomatic way of saying “Hallelujah!” for being able to build websites and mobile apps that should require coding without any coding skills.
Three cheers for Mobirise, an offline app (available on Windows, Mac, and Android) for letting innovators put together websites without coding hangups. As the name suggests, Mobirise is especially great for building mobile-friendly websites. No coding, annnnnnd no fees. That should make a lot of people’s days.
Though there are plenty of platforms where you can learn how to assemble websites, who wants to wait when the idea is already there? Mobirise lets developers and non-techie creatives go from zero to working apps, services, products and websites so much faster than if they had to code. Of course, Mobirise can save entrepreneurs a lot of money in addition to time by eliminating the need to shell out for expensive assistance.
Not that the pros should feel jilted. Mobirise also makes it easy for designers who work visually to actually see their creations come to fruition much faster than usual.
If you can drag and drop, then you have all the expertise you need to build and edit using Mobirise. Any lingering skeptics waiting to hear the catch… ummm you’re going to be disappointed. Mobirise has an easy-to-use interface. Websites are good to be hosted anywhere.
Responsive designs? Content, images, menus? Previews for phones tablets, and desktops? Mobirise has everything you might ask for to get your website out into the world. Social buttons, Google Maps… does it need to be said? You can add these features and more using Mobirise.
If you find yourself needing to produce a prototype on the fly, Mobirise is an excellent option for delivering quickly – without cutting corners when it comes to functionality. If you’ve ever heard someone say that they have a great idea for an app but don’t know how to start, send ‘em to Mobirise.
OK, so this has turned out to be more like 30 cheers for Mobirise, so might as well add one more. If you love the democratizing trend of the Internet, witnessing barriers that keep people from pursuing their visions come tumbling down, then beeline for mobirise.com.