Deciding on tech stacks & frameworks for your app as a non-technical founder
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- Talk to someone who has been there before
- Get unbiased insight from industry veterans
- Work through the issue with a mentor by your side
If you’re a non-technical founder trying to build a technical product, a time will come where you’ll have to make a very important decision. What framework will you base your web app on.
- Ruby on rails?
- Maybe nocode?
This is your baby, so nobody’s going to make this very important decision for you.
If you’re non-technical, you might have fans of frameworks trying to sway you to their camp vs. the others.
You’ll hear things like, “Ruby on Rails is Dead,” or “Angular is too complicated” while others will suggest going lean with #nocode.
If you’re currently a bit stuck on deciding which web application framework to use, speaking to a growth mentor can help.
Talk to technical founders and product managers with experience using a wide variety of frameworks. Reduce your unknown unknowns by hopping on a call and talking through what you’re working on.
It can all be extremely overwhelming to say the least.
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