January was extraordinarily cold and snowy, but Code2 team was on fire regardless. We have launched new app templates for our users—don’t forget to take a look and give us your feedback on our Discord server. Also, we have joined TikTok: Find us on the platform and follow us to stay up-to-date with Code2.
In this edition:
🥳 What’s New at Code2:
📂 Working with Rest APIs
🎥 Code2 is on TikTok!
🎨 Template of the Week:
🍲 “Palace” Restaurant Landing Page Template
💁 “Silent Moon” SaaS Website Template
📣 Community News:
🧑💻 Code Quality No Longer a Concern in the Age of No-code
👫 No-Code for Anyone Planning a Fresh Start
🤖 Wandelbots raises another $84 million to teach robots without code —TechCrunch
👾 Yahaha Studios raised $50M in 3 rounds ahead of its launch this year —TechCrunch
The perfect template to make your restaurant the center of attention!
Give your prospective customers a taste of the experience they will have—display your menu, show off your restaurant’s ambiance with an image gallery and share your contact information in a dazzling package.
Ensuring high code quality is a never-ending quest in conventional coding. There has to be an established system of testing, revision, integration, and deployment in place to make sure that code quality does not suffer. No-code platforms, thanks to their high abstraction levels and industry-standard practices employed, achieve top scores in this department.
Learning to code can be a life-changing experience for those who can afford to invest time and effort. For people who cannot, no-code offers a viable alternative without the opportunity cost of learning a programming language. This blog post argues that no-code is just the right amount of code the majority of people need in their daily lives.
Having raised a healthy sum of $84 million in its Series C round, Wandelbots has increased its total funding to more than $100 million. The Germany-based no-code robotic software firm shows no sign of slowing down as it keeps adding to its customers, determined to become a global brand.
A group of veteran software developers from Unity, Microsoft, and EA got together to build a platform for people willing to create immersive gaming experiences. Despite being months away from launching their product, they have so far raised $50 million in funding, which is a sign of the trust investors have in the project.