Google launches App Maker to create apps without programming

The Mountain View application is designed for business and allows you to develop applications without knowing programming languages

If for some time you've been planning to make an app, but you can't because you don't have the necessary skills, the latest novelty launched by Google comes to your aid: App Maker. The service, available since a few hours, allows anyone to program.

In fact, the tool is designed primarily for business, since App Maker has been included in G Suite, the cloud computing platform that Mountain View dedicates to the world of work. For many companies, especially small and medium ones, relying on external professionals is a cost that is not sustainable. In a world dominated by technology, apps can, in fact, determine the success or failure of a company. App Maker is aimed precisely at them: in just a few steps and with extreme ease a company can create an application, the important thing is to be subscribed to G Suite.

How it works

We have anticipated that the main function of App Maker is to make simple what is difficult: not everyone knows code languages. The service, in fact, provides a very intuitive interface, which mirrors the layouts used by Google, with which users can create their own applications. You can, for example, add or move widgets.

App Maker also integrates with other services offered by Mountain View, including Google Maps, Google Docs, Google Translate, Google Calendar, Gmail, Google Drive, Google Forms, Google Sites, Google Sheets, Google Contacts and Google BigQuery. App Maker also supports JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and jQuery: the latter feature is dedicated to advanced users.

Another important aspect of this service is that the data created by developers will be stored in a separate computing cloud called Google Drive Tables, and not in the online storage used by other apps in the Google Suite.

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