It can be frustrating to come up with an idea just to realize that you can't code it together yourself. You could hire someone, but that's expensive. If you're like me and have a ton of ideas floating around your brain, these tools will help you quickly and cheaply create working versions of your vision.
Don't let the name fool you. Good Barber is the simplest way yet to create web or mobile apps (Android/iOS). It offers a free 30 day trial which should be enough time to figure out if it offers the functionality you seek.
If you're looking for a little more control, Bubble is your answer. Bubble is truly revolutionary. You can build full-fledged websites with app-like functionality without writing any code. It's not expensive and if you're looking to learn even more check out a Udemy course on it.
If you're familiar with Wix and Squarespace (which this website is built on), you'll love Strikingly. It's like both of those but easier to use and more affordable. What makes it easier is the fact that it lets you build pages using pre-populated widgets. Meaning, no design skills needed. I've used a lot of website builders, and this had me off the ground and going the fastest!
Zapier is the best way to hack together different web services. If you want your MailChimp (for newsletters) to automatically update a sheet in your Google Drive, you can do that.
These tools will get you pretty far, but with all things tech, one size does not truly fit all.
Let me know your favorite tool in the comments!