Kelsey Hightower's Nocode [github] fixes all the problems associated with modern web app development: "Write nothing; deploy nowhere."
Now that you have not done anything it's time to build your application:
Yep. That's it. You should see the following output:
A number of issues are open at github, mind you. Perhaps it wasn't ready for prime time.
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