I’m happy to announce the winners of the May/June Low-Code, No-Code Community Challenge.
We got dozens and dozens of really interesting and clever entries, from apps that displayed NASA imagery to apps that gave food contamination alerts to apps that found the nearest charging station to apps that connecting to SAP backends.
In no particular order, the winners are:
- Matheus Branco, who built an app to help scuba diving operators manage their bookings. The app has a sleek look, and well-thought-through UI/logic/database architectural design.
- Aocheng Yang, who built an “all-in-one” travel app that provides travel information, maps, personal calendar, Google translations, currency converter … even an SAP Conversational AI chatbot.
- Patrizia Rossi, built the Plants4Future app, which lets you create a virtual garden by photographing flowers and plants that you come across and cataloging them in the app.
All 3 will earn a no-code hoodie, and invitation to a future community event to discuss their creations, plus a special badge in their community profile.
Everyone who entered will also earn a badge for participating.
You can see all the entries by checking out all the blogs tagged with
And congratulations to everyone who entered, and especially the 3 winners.