Bubble is a cloud-based solution that designed for businesses of all sizes. It is powered by a robust point-and-click editor that allows users to build fully customizable web applications and workflows. It provides end-to-end solutions designed for Windows.
- Visual Interface
- Drag & Drop
- Search engine
- Version control
- Export user-generated content as CSV
- Workflow based programming
- Integrations Management
- Deployment Management
- Web/Mobile App Development
- Template Availability
- Activity Dashboard
- Visual Reporting
- Collaboration Tools
- Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based
Company Name: Bubble Group
Headquarter: United States
Bubble allows me as a Product Manager to prototype working solutions that we can test with real users, without the need of a developer. This helps get feedback early on before we have racked up expensive development costs. The learning curve is steep, but once you’ve got the hang of how to work with Bubble most things can be prototyped with it. We’re able to create new feature ideas that can connect to our main app. Existing users of our app can easily log into the prototype and start using the new feature. They’re able to provide us feedback right away.
Speed of the apps which are built on the bubble has been a bit on the lower side, Though Bubble has taken steps to make it faster, it still remains to be one of the challenges which most of the bubble users face.
Bubble gives me an opportunity to build anything without knowing how to code, so I have built some good stuff with it like menus app for restaurant, applied some automation on my workflow. But always there’s something needed to fix because some APIs and integrations must be updated.
As it is a code-free programming language, it is so simple to build and host web apps. That is the reason why I liked this software a lot. If you are a non-tech savvy candidate, then this software is the right choice for you. I recommend you to go for it.
And then like stars after a fabulous sunset the flaws come out. The responsive user interface isn’t based on clear CSS framework and compared to something like bootstrap making it work for all screens is tricky and sometimes mysterious; while logic is easy (if sometimes a little odd), testing is diabolically hard. the logic model assumes success so defensive approaches (assuming failure) are hard to implement; the strict element-object inheritance often forces weird hacks. Slowly your grand plans unravel and frustration sets in.