We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information.
Please share what you can so you can help your peers.
Licensing is on a yearly basis. There are several pricing structures at the moment. The pricing structure that we have been working with was based on a number of blocks. (A number of blocks, is a translation of what you use in the platform). It's a calculation based on how much you put on the platform, and not depending on the number of users or the volume of data, although that is now also possible, especially for the larger clients, where they can have a user or data, based pricing. Pricing could always be better. We are struggling sometimes a bit because if you look to a lot of the older shelf solutions, they provide a full solution where a platform or a toolbox is slightly different, but in most cases, it's just as expensive, and you still have to make your own applications.
Please share with the community what you think needs improvement with Betty Blocks.
What are its weaknesses? What would you like to see changed in a future version?
There's lots of unemployment in South Africa (even before COVID) and most people have no smartphone etc. We're a startup. Our app can send them a GSM message telling them there is work, here or there.
I'm desperately seeking advice for what no-code backend database to use.
We already have 500,000 users on the database and 50 tables.
Airtable is very expensive. We're also looking at Caspio.
I am great with Access and Webflow CSM seems very easy but limited to 50k records. I'm looking at Google Tables but not sure if that will do?
I'm familiar with Zapier and Integromat.