Best of #100DaysOfNoCode

The #100DaysOfNoCode challenge encourages aspiring founders to build a business idea in less than 100 days. Today, we show you the best product launched in this challenge.

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Learning how to use no-code tools is easy thanks to the democratization of the internet. But it’s also true that without consistency, support, and accountability, turning an idea into a product is not easy. But, what’s the best way to commit to building a project if you’re a no-code aspiring founder in 2023?

Sharing it on social media and staying accountable with build in public posts is a great way to commit to your learning journey and your business idea. 

Max Haining, the founder of 100 Days of No Code, is one of many founders who have chosen to build with no-code tools, and started the challenge that we are going to explore in this article. If we go to the posts with the hashtag #100DaysOfNoCode we can find a lot of amazing no-code projects built without a single line of code. Below, there’s a list of some of the best products that came up from this challenge, but there’s more on Twitter.

But before getting into the list…

What Is 100 Days of No Code and How to Join?

The #100DaysOfNoCode challenge consists of a habit-fueled collaborative system that helps people learn to no-code with 30-minute daily lessons. The goal of this challenge is to learn and launch a no-code product in 100 days. However, some people take more, and some take less. But the important thing here is that you must common in public, and participate in the private 100 Days of No Code community if you are a premium member. 

According to 100 Days of No Code, the 100 day-goal is just a round number used to help your learning compound day after day. So it’s essential to see the big 100 as a mechanism to promote continuous and everyday learning in community.

In addition to the challenge, The 100 Days of No Code community also offers bootcamps. These are spaces that allow you to quickly build your idea while you learn. Therefore, these are great options if you’re looking to learn no code fast.

To participate in the challenge, you just need to sign up with your email. You’ll receive the next dates to join before the next challenge starts and information regarding the upcoming bitesized lessons.

Projects That Were Born From The 100 Days Of No Code Challenge

After spending some time researching what the people built in this challenge, we built a list of some of the best products launched by founders who are members of the 100 Days of No Code community.

#1: Tool to help you stay fit

Leticia Schacht‘s first no-code app was developed during one of the most recent 100 Days of No Code bootcamps. She developed a tool to help you stay fit called Workout in your Inbox.

a tool to help you stay fit created within the 100 days of no code challenge

On the platform, users can access a curated list of YouTube workout videos. Workout instructors also can upload workouts.

However, Leticia also developed a newsletter-based community, which consists of sending customized workout playlists to members’ inboxes. Users can leave their emails on a Tally form to then receive once, twice, or three times a week an automated email sent via Mailerlite with selected workouts.

#2: App that saves passwords & notes

Umair Tariq is a mobile developer who created Protector, an app that saves passwords and notes. Umair’s next goal is to make the app generate passwords.

app created within the 100 days of no code challenge

You can check out more about the app and its features on the app’s profile on Glide. He built the app with no-code tools such as Glide, Airtable, and Figma.

#3: Opinionated bot

Creator and entrepreneur Roberto Morais built a no-code bot using Voiceflow. It’s a tool for designing, prototyping, and building voice apps on Alexa and Google. The bot’s called an “Opinionated no-code bot” and you can try it out here.

#4: An interactive chatbot

Decide to Dine is a no-code developed chatbot created by Sharlene Johnson as part of the 100 Days of No Code challenge. The product consists of an interactive chatbot that helps users find restaurants in over 30 countries quickly and easily!

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#5: App for beer lovers

Ben Mushen‘s app is a community-powered application that helps users find the beers they want to drink. It’s called Beer Shout and it was built in 30 days during one of 100 Days of No Code’s bootcamps.

#6: Automation tool in Zapier

This community member shared his progress on an automation tool that uses data from forms to send emails. Sounds like an interesting tool that could help content creators and business owners reach their first customers.

#7: AI web app

Michael Novotny and Marc Fletcher built an AI social bio app on Bubble. It consists of a web app that creates your social media bio (particularly for Twitter) through artificial intelligence.

ai social bio, an app created as part of the 100 days of no code challenge

Firstly, you’ll need to add a few keywords to shape your bio. Then, you’ll have to choose an influencer to inspire your AI bio. And as a final step, you’ll just have to click on “Create” to generate your bio!

inspiration for ai bio maker

For example, “I’m an indie journalist and content creator. I believe in honest, independent media and telling stories that matter. Follow me for the latest news and insights!”

In today’s post, we highlighted some of the latest projects that were developed during the 100 Days of No Code challenge and its community bootcamps. These projects demonstrate how accessible web development has become over the last few years.

The featured projects are a great step toward our goal of developing a better understanding of technology through no-code. We hope you enjoy browsing through these projects – you never know what they may inspire in you!


This article was written by Gaston Levy  and Victoria Mortimer.

Gaston Levy

Gaston Levy

I have more than 10 years of experience in user acquisition and digital marketing. Main interests: Communities, No-Code, Bootstrapping, Remote Working and Open Startups. Now building Unita, the best and most complete directory of communities.