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Unleash Your Business Potential with Low Code

Low code tools are software platforms that allow users to create websites without writing much code. They are popular among entrepreneurs, small businesses, and hobbyists who want to launch their online presence quickly and easily. Some examples of low code tools are Shopify and Webflow.


Shopify is a low code tool that lets you create an online store and sell your products. You can choose from hundreds of templates, customize your design, add features like shopping cart, payment gateway, inventory management, and more. Shopify also has a large app store where you can find plugins and integrations for your store.


Webflow is a tool that lets you create any kind of website using a visual interface. You can drag and drop elements, style them with CSS, add animations, interactions, and dynamic content. Webflow also has a CMS where you can manage your content and a hosting service where you can publish your website.

However, low code tools are not perfect. They have some limitations that may require you to hire a web developer in some cases. Here are some reasons why you may need a web developer when using low code tools:

  • You need custom functionality that is not available in the low code tool or its app store. For example, if you want to create a complex booking system, a membership site, or a custom API integration, you may need to write some code or use a third-party service that requires coding skills.
  • You need to optimize your website for performance, SEO, accessibility, or security. Low code tools may generate code that is not very efficient, clean, or compliant with web standards. This can affect your website's loading speed, ranking, user experience, and vulnerability to attacks. A web developer can help you optimize your code and use best practices for web development.
  • You need to migrate your website to another platform or host. Low code tools may lock you in their ecosystem and make it hard for you to move your website elsewhere. For example, Shopify does not let you export your store's design or data easily. Webflow does not let you export your CMS content or host your website on another server. A web developer can help you migrate your website without losing any functionality or data.