6 no-code apps you can build with Airtable
At Pory, we’re working on a no-code platform that brings together all your favourite tools and services to enable you to create apps at the speed of thought.
The first tool on our list is Airtable, a visual database that works just like a spreadsheet, making it the perfect data source for creating data-driven websites without code.
To help you see Pory’s capabilities, we’ve put together the following list of apps to help you get a taste of what can be built. Pory is also a community-driven company, so feel free to comment or reach out with suggestions to help drive the product forward.
In this example, we have a directory of growth mentors for startup. Users can sign up for an account to get access to mentors and book a time through Calendly. Other examples of directories you could create include employee, alumni or even local businesses.
In this example, we’ve created a job board listing job opportunities across a portfolio of companies. Applicants can apply through an Airtable form for the position and receive updates as the status of the job progresses. You can learn how to create your own automated job board following this tutorial and then subdomain or embeded it using a widget when you’re ready.
In this example, we’ve turned this Adobe tutorial list into a searchable and filterable listing. This makes it a lot easier for the user to go through 101 illustrations and maintainable for the author. The list is automatically updated whenever a new entry is created!
In this example, we’ve created a fellowship program for members to access mentors, perks, events and job listings. Pory includes a dashboard for managing all your members, create access to members-only content and soon you will be able to sell products, services and charge a monthly subscription.
In this example, we’ve curated Airtable scripts from the community and created a resources hub. Users can also contribute by submitting to the list through a form that will automatically update the list and buy a coffee to the maintainer of the project. Other resource hubs you can create include toolkits and onboarding information etc.
In this example, we’ve curated a list of conferences for startups with information and a gallery of images from the event. Another example is creating a course library with embedded videos.