2019 is the year of low code, no code tools. Webflow is picking up steam with a fresh $72M in funding. Bubble has become one of the poster children for the low code, no code movement. The Future of Coding community has ushered in hundreds of new innovators and developers thinking about building the next generation of coding (both for developers and end-users). This space is booming and it’s about time. The world needs Star Trek’esq levels of software creation that are faster and more accessible for everyone. One thing that seems clear at this point though is that there won’t be a single solution that wins. A recent post in the “Future of Coding” slack channel highlighted 79 enterprise grade companies in the low code, no code space. What we’re about to see is a whole entourage of tools that usher in a new wave of creator, each with their own niche/angle. We will also likely see a bunch of old products transform to have low code, no code capabilities. Why is it unlikely that there will be one tool to rule them all? Well the answer is simple - these products need use cases that appeal to someone specific just as all products before them have.