Organising your data can begin with Open Office, Excel, etc. type spreadsheets ... then you can move on to a more relational type of database such as SQL. Or you could move towards NoSQL.
For some years now, new tools have been disrupting these habits by providing easy-to-use data modelling tools, with a variety of user experiences, advanced data visualisation, ready-to-use templates for different scenarios, etc.
Our intention is to provide an overview of the different open source solutions, the alternatives to AirTable, Fibery, Coda, Kantree, with a no-code or low-code focus, with their strengths and weakness, from the perspective of features, as well as technology.
We will talk about SeaTable, Baserow, Nocodb, Directus, and ... potentially LocoKit! and perhaps others that may emerge in the meantime!
An overview of no-code / low-code tools, alternatives to AirTable