Website Builder Tool Quarkly Goes Into Open Beta

Website Builder Tool Quarkly Goes Into Open Beta

My name is Alex, and I’m a co-founder and lead developer at Quarkly.io. Quarkly is a project made by our small team of designers and developers, aimed at helping similar teams. Our goal with Quarkly is to make the life and workflow of designer-developer pairs easier, allowing them to work both independently and collaboratively, all in one environment.

My name is Alex, and I’m a co-founder and lead developer at Quarkly.io. Quarkly is a project made by our small team of designers and developers, aimed at helping similar teams. Our goal with Quarkly is to make the life and workflow of designer-developer pairs easier, allowing them to work both independently and collaboratively, all in one environment.

We are located in Rostov-on-Don, Russia, and currently have 5 people working on this project, including myself. My friend Artem is the lead designer and second co-founder, and our developers are Kirill, Alex, and Andrew.

Together we have many years of experience in website builder development. Before Quarkly, we worked on uKit – a website builder for business – and many other projects that belong to the uKit Group.

So, why Quarkly?

While working on our previous projects (classic website builders, e.g. uKit), we noticed many flaws in them. Here’s just a few:

  • Builders are not flexible
  • Builders are not module-based – you have to repeat the same actions in every new project
  • No plugin system – and even if it is there, it is heavily dependent on a specific platform. If there is no ready-made solution, it is often impossible to add
  • Time that you spend learning one builder will not help you with others
  • Your project does not fully belong to you – you can’t just take the code away and host it somewhere else.

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