No code walls
I’ve been prototyping a mobile app with no code solutions. It helped me start quickly, but I hit limitations with functionality I needed. I tried multiple options and they all had similar—but different—limits.
I finally decided the app was worth making so I started picking a language, framework, hosting, etc. I’ve never written a mobile app before so it’s all new to me. I decided on Flutter which took me much longer to set up than I expected.
The time spent on setup and research made me lose some of the excitement and motivation for the app. Persevering through learning hurdles is a big part of being a developer. If you don’t find yourself completely lost on occasion you’re not be learning new things.