Yes. The reality is - most ideas you go to validate will fail.
The quicker you can get something in front of people the better. Build a landing page, record a video about your product and present it before you write a single line of code. Validate that your idea is in demand.
From there, use no code to quickly build the tool to solve the problem you validated and start onboarding your users. This lets you start collecting valid feedback from real users.
You can always switch off of no code and build your own version of your product as it makes sense.