Wix

Utilities / Application Utilities / Website Builder
Group Product Manager at ServiceTitan
Needs advice
on
Wix
and
Webflow

I'm standing up a web app that needs functionality, including profiles, directory, scheduling, video meeting, and payments.

I considered Wix, but I'm not sure it will meet these needs. I'm interested in no code / low code tools in order to move quickly but struggling to navigate through all the options. Any advice on how to select no code / low code tools like Webflow, Bubble, stackbit, Retool, BaseDash, Glide , airkit, adalo, stacker, unqork, tiled, airtable, zapier, v.one, candu, bravo studio, amazon honeycode, unstack, dittofi, makerpad, softr, appsheet, etc.?

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You could go with Webflow. In combination with Memberstack and Calendly or Vectera you can link stuff together pretty much without code.

With Calendly you can do live-scheduling and hook it up to any a calendar and do some more automation with Zapier. With Memberstack you can do quite a lot with profile/login, dashboards, private pages, access to specific (locked) content, including payments/subscriptions, which might already suit your needs.

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Founder at Diagram

Either all Bubble. Or you could build with Webflow/Zapier/Airtable and a membership platform like Memberstack or Outseta. i hope that helps

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Needs advice
on
Node.js
Laravel
and
Django

I am looking to make a website builder web app, where users can publish built websites with a custom or subdomain (much like Wix, Weebly, Squarespace, etc.), and I was wondering about any advice on which web framework to build it on? I currently know Node.js, but I would be excited to learn Laravel or Django if those would be better options. Any advice would be much appreciated!

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The tools you mentioned are all backend focused frameworks. I will say, you can choose one of them as you may prefer (maybe Laravel and Django will be better since it's more organized than Node.js). But no matter what, if you will create a website builder application, today you'll need a frontend framework like Vue.js, React or Angular - or maybe Ember.js, Svelte and Meteor.

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oyenmwen
oyenmwen
December 22nd 2020 at 2:42PM

Thank you

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Senior Software Engineer at NAB
Recommends
Laravel

If you use Nodejs, you should use one more frontend language like reactjs or angularjs. Laravel is the better option. They are more power for rendering.

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oyenmwen
oyenmwen
December 22nd 2020 at 2:42PM

Thank you

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