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1. Create an app to scratch your itch: Sometimes the best way to start something is without the intention of trying to start a business. Often when we let out guard down we are free to create without any expectation. Even if it is just a simple tool to make our lives better, often you can find other people that have similar problems. The amazing thing about no-code is that you can whip something up quickly without having to put serious effort into this. If you're just getting into no-code sometimes this is the best way to get started.
Often I see folks getting into no-code ask the question which tool should I learn? In my experience has been that a better starting point is figuring out what can you build. What itch do you have to scratch. What has your curiosity that you'd like to challenge yourself to make. What problem in your life would you like to make a little bit better?
Start with some outcome or end point in mind and you'll be challenged to complete it, you'll push yourself where stuck and you'll pick up a new skill or surprise yourself that you made something. Then careful, because you might become addicted!
2. Use the form for quick data entry: While reviewing this app by Sharath, I really liked the ease of data entry. For example in one two taps you can enter your meeting information. I think you could expand this use case and create a form to add notes, or reminders for yourself. Because you can bookmark this web link on your phone it's quickly available like a native mobile app.
3. Sell templates: One great aspect about Glide is you can sell templates. So when designing an Glide App, it is often the case that if you try to solve a problem for yourself and with a Glide app there are more than likely other people with those same issues. Putting it on the Glide store allows others to purchase your work, earning you a little bit of side income.
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