Spot on! I remember seeing an article making the case that no-code might be the future for building MVPs. That might be a good thing! As you say, longterm most need features that aren't possible with no-code tools.
As a bonus, when it's time for a coded solution, they have a clear idea of their needs, so the build is more efficient, and their product is already market-tested (and the revenue might be funding the custom solution), so no anxiety over whether the thing will succeed!
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