Buildable is the most sophisticated low code builder on the planet. We've been able to scale our community dramatically by sticking to the principles of those that are most important to us - our developers.
These principles are as follows:
Buildable is invite-only
Buildable empowers developers to build 20x faster
Buildable is a full stack orchestration tool
Buildable's strongest and most compelling asset is its highly engaged developer community that contribute to the enhancement of the platform, as well as a revolutionary inventory of code that is available to all members via the Catalog. That's why the platform is entirely and exclusively grown through the invitations sent by existing members.
In other words, to create an account on Buildable you need to have already received an invite code from an existing Buildable community member. If you know someone with an activated account, simply have them share their code with you in a few clicks using our instant invite options via the following platforms:
Every member has unlimited invites and is rewarded for each invite, so don't hesitate to hunt your network and reach out!
Our country and our planet, more than ever, requires mass innovation. And it needs it fast. In order for our future generations to be able to innovate, and contribute to society, at the pace and scale we need, we need to create tools that allow our most talented software engineers to do more (to an order of magnitude) with their time.
Enter the low-code movement.
TechCrunch and the most reputable VCs believe that low code is the most significant market trend of this decade. It's a movement and one that Buildable is leading.
Low code, unlike no code, is built specifically for technical folks. Software engineers, both frontend and backend, dev ops, integrations teams, etc... Low code tools aim to systemize the most complex pieces of system architecture and microservice best practice so that developers can spend more time building meaningful tech, rather than spending their time making sense of their logic, debugging or thinking about how to manage scale. Tomorrow's developer tools will take this burden off of our future developers. The good news is that, with Buildable, the future is today.
In this movement ( that we're so grateful for), if you're not building tech that can help facilitate an order of magnitude increase in productivity to those using it, then you've failed. That's why the driving force in each feature we ideate and eventually release is driven by the principle of 20x. The feature must be able to give developers the ability to do things in their day-to-day 20x more efficiently. If it doesn't surpass the 20x threshold, it doesn't reach our product roadmap. That's why you can be sure that everything you expose yourself to in the developer dashboard, once accepted, will be worth your time.
Our builder is currently trusted by hundreds of the world's most innovative tech and non-tech companies. It's enabling the engineering teams at these organizations to build robust enterprise applications, easily integrate with other APIs and deploy without lifting a finger
Now, you can too. Or, uhm, you can if you can find an invite code... Happy hunting!
While most companies in the space are focusing on optimizing specific pieces of the stack for engineers, our vision is to release the first full stack orchestration tool at scale. In other words, developers should be able to use Buildable to accelerate their development regardless of the place they exist in the software lifecycle, whether backend, frontend, infrastructure, etc... All while not having to sacrifice code quality or flexibility when making the best decisions for their team and/or for their company.
Buildable's three primary products have given our developer users a full stack repertoire. While Blocks, Buildable's compatible component suite isn't publically available to all developer users yet, we're working hard to make sure it will be soon. In the meantime, developers are accelerating their roadmaps (to a satisfactory rate, we may add) with the existing products, Recipes, Services and Catalog.
You'll learn more about these products throughout the other doc sections.