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Amazon takes the coding out of coding

by on25 June 2020

Honeycode allows mobile and web applications

Amazon has lifted the wrapper on its Honeycode managed service that allows users to build mobile and web applications without any programming.

These applications will be tailored specifically for tasks that involve tracking data over time and notifying users of changes, routing approvals, and facilitating interactive business processes.

Honeycode houses a visual application builder which Amazon says will automate the process of building and linking three tiers of functionality—database, business logic, and user interface.

A developer selects a pre-built template where the data model, business logic, and applications are pre-defined and ready-to-use out of the box. There is also an option to import data into a blank workbook. The ability to add notifications, reminders, approvals and other actions based on conditions has been provided as well.

The initial set up does not take long and the application can scale up to 100,000 rows in each workbook and will be free for up to 20 users. However, you'll have to pay for the additional users and storage for larger applications.


Last modified on 25 June 2020
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