Codejet is expanding into the international low-code and no-code markets.
In the first quarter, the Polish startup gained over 10,000 users.
Even though it's been just under three months since the official launch of the Codejet tool, the Polish team can confidently speak of a warm reception from the international market. The technology they've developed allows for a savings of at least 50% of developers' work by converting designs made in Figma into clean, ready-to-use code. So far, they've attracted over 10,000 users worldwide, for whom Codejet has converted more than 36 million lines of code. Despite their initial success and positive product reception, the company continues to refine the tool and plans to offer users even more features soon.
In recent years, the business landscape has undergone a dynamic transformation, adapting to the new market demands. Modern entrepreneurs prioritize the implementation of innovations, flexibility, and speed of action to effectively meet their customers' expectations. One of the sectors that have notably gained value due to the mentioned needs of the contemporary business world is the no-code and low-code market. According to the "Low-Code Development Platform Market Research" report, this market will experience an annual growth rate (CAGR) of over 30% in the upcoming years, positioning it as one of the fastest-growing markets. The popularity of no-code and low-code solutions mainly stems from their functionality catering to the needs of today's entrepreneurs. These platforms allow for the creation of digital products without writing code, offering a significantly lower barrier to entry. They enable the building of applications without in-depth technical knowledge, while, on the other hand, professional developers can achieve substantial time savings thanks to plugins and components that accelerate repetitive tasks. Apps like Airtable, which facilitates easy creation and automation, or Zapier, which streamlines the integration of various applications, are just some examples of successes in the no-code world.
One solution that has been making significant inroads in the no-code and low-code market recently is the Polish startup Codejet, which facilitates the automatic conversion of designs made in Figma into clean and ready-to-use code. The technology, developed by Patryk Pijanowski, Daniel Niedzielak, and Sebastian Kurzynowski, allows front-end developers to save at least 50% of their working time because previously, while creating mobile and web applications, they had to manually generate code based on designs provided in graphic software. “Our solution stands out primarily for its dynamism, flexibility, and quality. The code generated by our tool will be organized and thoroughly tested, including using unit tests. Furthermore, we guarantee full responsiveness of the content coded, ensuring that an app developed with Codejet will visually adapt to all types of devices – a task that often poses a time-consuming challenge for developers." - comments Sebastian Kurzynowski, CTO of Codejet. “The quality of Codejet is evidenced by the feedback we collect from all our user types, with as many as 81% rating the code positively, which is truly an excellent result. Among those utilizing our solution, we can find developers, designers, founders, and even marketers," Kurzynowski adds.
Codejet made its market debut in early July, simultaneously earning the title of Product of the Day on the popular platform ProductHunt. In just under three months, they attracted over 10,000 users from various parts of the world, and the tool itself has already converted more than 36 million lines of code. “Interest in our solution has far exceeded our initial expectations. At the same time, it provides us an opportunity to expand features in collaboration with users, ensuring the highest quality and tailoring the product to their needs. In line with this thinking, we have recently enhanced Codejet's functionality. Previously, it converted code from Figma to React. Now, our users can also obtain HTML code. Additionally, we've recently introduced an official Figma plug-in that has been downloaded nearly a hundred times a day since its launch. This allows platform users to continuously check if their Figma design is correct, which was another response from our side to the needs voiced by users” - remarks Patryk Pijanowski, CEO of Codejet. “Of course, this is just the beginning of our journey. In the near future, we are focusing on closing another funding round, which we plan to allocate to strengthening our position in international markets and further expanding Codejet's features, including the ability to automatically generate user interfaces and graphical materials based on simple instructions expressed in natural human language. With this solution, the involvement of computer designers in the project creation process will be significantly reduced, resulting in both cost savings and a faster project execution” - adds Pijanowski.
The convergence of rising demand for digital solutions, increasing customer expectations, and the ensuing need for flexibility and efficient operations, are shaping the market for no-code and low-code solutions. As companies strive to streamline their development processes and accelerate the creation of digital solutions, these technologies are becoming increasingly appealing. The international research firm Gartner predicts that by 2030, over 60% of web and mobile applications will be developed using no-code and low-code solutions, illustrating the scale of the market in which companies like Codejet will operate.
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