Now build web & Mobile apps without writing code using newly launched Amazon Honeycode

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Amazon AWS introduces Amazon Honeycode that builds web & Mobile apps without writing code

It will be quite amazing for the non-coders out there, as Amazon web services introduced a new service namely Amazon Honeycode that builds web & Mobile apps without writing code. This new fully-managed AWS service gives you the power to build powerful mobile & web applications without writing any code. It uses the familiar spreadsheet model and lets you get started in minutes. If you or your teammates are already familiar with spreadsheets and formulas, you’ll be happy to hear that just about everything you know about sheets, tables, values, and formulas still applies.

Honeycode can be used to build apps using an AWS-built database, such as project management apps or task-tracking applications, to manage workflow in small teams. It can help track data over time and notify users of changes, approvals, and provide an interactive business interface.

Using AWS Honeycode you can use it to build apps for up to 20 users, free of cost. Beyond that, you’d have to upgrade as a paid user. You can customize these apps at any time and the changes will be deployed immediately. You can also start with an empty table, or by importing some existing data in CSV form. The applications that you build with Honeycode can make use of a rich palette of user interface objects including lists, buttons, and input fields.

Honeycode also includes a lengthy list of built-in functions. The list includes many functions that will be familiar to users of existing spreadsheets, along with others that are new to Honeycode. Amazon Honeycode is currently available in the western state of Oregon, United States, only. It is expected to arrive in other regions too in the following weeks.

This will be a great help for the non-coders as No-code tools have gained a lot of traction in recent years as it helps people with little or no coding knowledge to build customized applications they need.

If you want to use the AWS Honeycode you can try it for free from here

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