Interview with Idris Kadri of Twidget

Idris Kadri Twidget Interview

Meet Idris

I’m Idris Kadri and I am the principal developer and the brains behind Twidget. This tool offers a straightforward user interface and intuitive tool sets that simplify the method of creating automation workflows and applications without the demand for coding.

He accepted SaaSPirate request to an interview on no-code platforms and his role in Twidget company. We were privileged to have the chance to got the sort of in-depth discussion you will not find on the internet.

Without any further delay, let’s hear what he has to say!

Hi Idris, please introduce yourself to our audience and tell us a bit about your industry experience?

I’m Idris Kadri, the principal developer and the brains behind Twidget. As a software engineer based in the UK, I’ve developed web applications for large enterprises, created bespoke e-commerce platforms for smaller businesses, and designed games for both mobile and PC, among other projects.

What inspired the creation of Twidget & can you describe its core features?

A common thread in much of my work has been the necessity of APIs-both creating and integrating them, which often proved to be quite cumbersome. This inspired me to develop Twidget, a tool designed to simplify API creation and make it accessible even for those without technical expertise. After two years of dedicated development, I’m excited to finally introduce Twidget to you all here on SaasPirate.

What sets Twidget apart from other no-code platforms?

Twidget stands out by offering a more user-friendly, cost-effective, and versatile no-code platform for API development. Its intuitive design enables rapid deployment and easy management of APIs, making it ideal for users of all skill levels and significantly reducing the time and cost associated with traditional coding methods.

What types of businesses or industries benefit most from using Twidget?

Automated Customer Support, E-commerce Integration, Healthcare Appointments, Real Estate Listings Sync, Event Management, Educational Tools, IoT Device Management, Financial Services Automation, Marketing Automation, Content Management Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Social Media Integration, and much more.

Could you explain the architecture behind Twidget? How does it manage to offer high customization while remaining easy to use?

Twidget combines a modular design with a user-friendly visual interface to offer both high customization and ease of use. It features drag-and-drop capabilities for building APIs, pre-built templates for quick setup, and abstraction of complex tasks like authentication and data management. This allows users of all skill levels to effectively tailor and manage their applications without needing deep technical knowledge.

How do you see the no-code movement influencing traditional software development?

The no-code movement is democratizing software development, enabling non-technical users to build applications and automate workflows, which accelerates innovation and reduces reliance on specialized developers.

What are the biggest challenges faced by no-code platforms today & how does Twidget address it?

The biggest challenges for no-code platforms include scalability, customization limitations, and integration with existing systems.

Twidget addresses these by offering a scalable cloud infrastructure, extensive customization through an intuitive drag-and-drop interface and pre-built templates, and robust API capabilities that allow seamless integration with other tools and systems, ensuring users can build complex, enterprise-grade solutions without code.

How do you plan to evolve Twidget’s capabilities in response to changing technology landscapes?

We plan to evolve Twidget by continuously integrating the latest technological advancements, expanding our API capabilities, enhancing user experience with AI-driven features, and improving our platform’s scalability and security.

What would be your advice for other startups who’d like to get involved in software industry?

For startups entering the software industry, my advice would be to focus on solving a specific problem for a well-defined target audience. Understand your customers deeply and iterate your product based on their feedback.

Did you enjoy our interview? Do you have anything to say to our community?

I thoroughly enjoyed our interview and am grateful for the opportunity to share insights.

To your community, I encourage you to stay curious, embrace innovation, and never hesitate to reach out if you have questions or need support with Twidget.

Who we are interviewing today? Idris Kadri

Which product are you part of? Twidget

What is the focus of the interview? No-code platforms and his role in Twidget company

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