Signed up for an early bird @PoryHQ deal that ends Sunday. Planning to use this to supplement another site I'm working on. Plus I wanted to support the team for their continuous shipment of features. @PoryHQ makes sharing data from @airtable so much more user friendly.— Thomas Alan Smilie (@tasmilie) July 26, 2020
Got this & the roadmap looks super exciting 🔥 https://t.co/4UGDczJSRA— Madhuri 🌿 (@Iruhdam24) July 25, 2020
Just locked in my @PoryHQ $9 subscription before prices jump up tomorrow! My #1 item request on their roadmap is for user profiles which will change the nocode game 🙏— Derek 2 Gloves (@derek2gloves) July 25, 2020
📝Templates and Blocks— Michael Novotny (@MichaelJNovotny) July 24, 2020
I am very excited to announce we are featuring on the site @PoryHQ by Maker @derp_unicorns.
I believe strongly in Makers helping Makers. On the wiki you can see a breakout of all the Airtable templates available. pic.twitter.com/LClfrtVL2E
A quick review of @PoryHQ makes them stand out! Dope templates and an easy to use tying in of Airtable as the backend content management system (CMS)— Jared Gibb -- 🙌 🙏 (@jaredgibb3) July 20, 2020
When you update your spreadsheet, the website automatically updates on the next load! So cool! #nocode #100daysofnocode
Spent the evening getting two new sites built, all with #nocode! Huge shout out to @poryhq, @airtable, and @carrd for building some awesome tools. If anyone would like to check out https://t.co/h0QjGPC1GQ and https://t.co/9jL3z0MDxl let me know what you think!— Jonathan Butler (@WorkingJonathan) July 20, 2020
🤖 https://t.co/r7VuKtPr96 by @derp_unicorns— Dom (@dqmonn) June 20, 2020
Most websites don't need to be custom. This one generates them with @airtable as backend.
Super excited by these use cases of no-code – and for how young this project is, it really feels mature.
Paying user here since this weekend!