Making of a no-code SaaS in Bubble
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James Davenport
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Making of a no-code SaaS in Bubble

This is a video about Interview with James of Userloop

The making of a no-code SaaS in Bubble

01:00 James story

03:00 Why is building a SaaS app with Bubble is a massive advantage for building an actual business

08:00 Why does building an app with no-code massively derisk your the first version?

09:00 Example of a full scale startup using Bubble to prove out their MVP

12:00 How to leverage raising money with VC

16:00 How James started with his SaaS app idea

18:00 How can listening to your customers drive validation

22:00 Founder discipline - get customers then build

23:00 How James found his SaaS advantage in competitors weakness

29:00 Dealing with Platform risk building on Shopify

32:00 Why is there a shift towards bootstrapped with no-code?

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