I would like to start this convention with one simple question.
Which platform you can choose for your kids for learning code?
Professional software which we experts are using or platform like MIT Scratch where they understand how to code logics are work.
I raise this question because I will try to teach the coda to some of my family members who are not comfortable with spreadsheet or excel. I want them to explore this platform and think as individual problem solver person instead of depending on multiple software for a small task like managing people, task and stock in a single platform with your own freedom. But the problem is they are getting confused when they start to explore the conditions. It will be so easy for them to copy and use the ready-made template from the library. But they start to face the difficulty when trying to build their own stuff from scratch. They know what to do but don’t know how to do.
I personally feel that I give them a professional development software like visual code editor instead of giving them Scratch.
I think the no-code platform definition is being wrong here if the platform doesn’t serve the comfort for that kind of people. Here I am not comparing and judge the coda. Because as a coda user I feel it’s completely power suite software till now as per my experience. But somehow I feel it should be more comfortable for them.
I am not sure where coda is moving right now but if you guys really want to build a platform for all kind of person they you need to think about in this direction.
I coda. And it’s my powerhouse.