Bubble replaces all this by making the assumption that you’re building a multi-user interactive application for the Web or mobile, & giving you a simple visual editor to put together elements for such apps using simple English & a click-based system. Eg: “show this button”, “send an email”, & “turn this font color red”.
You can build interactive, multi-user apps for desktop Web browsers & mobile browsers. You can also build native apps that can be submitted to the App Store or Google Play. Your apps will be able to get & send data to & from external APIs, & you can communicate through mediums including email & social networks. You can also include payment systems.
In fact, the Bubble platform is promoted as more of a hosting + Content management system for startups, allowing you to build apps without developers & offering non-disruptive scaling as you grow.
Under the free plan, you can test your app (two apps actually) with a bubble.is sub-domain & up to 100 unique visitors per month. The US $19/month Start Plan supports 500 unique visitors per month, a custom domain, & email support for two apps. You can give it a test run with a 30-day free trial.
Bubble seamlessly scales up the package as your traffic & popularity grows. Packages range from $19/month to $1,700/month, & enterprise plans with no limit on traffic.
NYC-based Bubble was founded in June 2012 by Emmanuel Straschnov & Josh Haas.
- This post is merely a startup profile based on publicly available information & not a review. -
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