Revolutionizing Mobile App Development: The No Code Platform Moxly Meets the Language Model ChatGPT

Diana Kersus
2 min readOct 12, 2023

Creating mobile applications has become a more accessible endeavor with the advent of No Code platforms like Moxly and AI language models like ChatGPT. Here’s a comprehensive look at how these technologies intertwine to revolutionize mobile app development:

Moxly: A No Code/Low Code Platform

Moxly is an online platform empowering individuals to create native mobile apps visually without any coding. The platform accelerates the app development process by offering a No Code/Low Code Content Management System (CMS) environment, aided by artificial intelligence. It’s designed to facilitate the creation and management of mobile apps for iOS and Android devices. Moxly also offers integration with popular third-party tools, extending its functionality and making it easier for developers to add features to their apps without additional coding. This platform stands out by providing an environment where both programmers and non-programmers can work seamlessly thanks to its blend of No-Code, Low-Code, and Open Source Code tools​.

ChatGPT: A Powerful Language Model

ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI, is a language model capable of generating human-like text based on the input it receives. It’s widely used for various applications, including creating chatbots, generating code, and more. Integrating ChatGPT in app development is a straightforward process. By connecting to OpenAI’s API, developers can harness the power of ChatGPT to add various functionalities to their apps without writing code. Some of the functions ChatGPT can automate include user authentication, database management, user interface design, and payment processing, among others​ 1.

Integrating ChatGPT with Moxly

Moxly provides an avenue for integrating ChatGPT into your app development project. With the Moxly low-code editor, integrating ChatGPT can be done either through a chatbot interface or by sending API requests directly to ChatGPT. Once integrated, you can define the functionality you desire for your app. For instance, a practical integration example is outlined in a Moxly blog post where ChatGPT is integrated to output news from WordPress to a mobile app created on Moxly. The steps include connecting Moxly to WordPress, selecting content, designing the app interface using Moxly’s editor, integrating ChatGPT, defining app functionality, and finally deploying the app to stores​​.

The symbiotic relationship between Moxly and ChatGPT significantly lowers the barrier to mobile app development, making it possible for individuals and businesses to create robust mobile applications without extensive coding knowledge. This combination indeed presents an exciting frontier in the realm of mobile app development.



Diana Kersus

Student. A future surgeon. I like to create mobile applications without code