Google has released its Google app maker to the public. The app was in the beta stage earlier. The app maker is G Suite’s low-code application development environment that makes it easy to develop custom apps. According to the company, App Maker can save 7.5 hours per week which is equal to a week’s lunch breaks.
Director of IT, EA Mr. Peter McAuley explains:
“Pooling talent resources was always an ad hoc process, but App Maker let us quickly build an app that tracks allocation requests in detail. Our custom app also calculates and provides management with a view of total resource utilization by month, something which was always more of a chore to put together manually. Over the last few months, we’ve worked closely with customers and partners around the world, including EA, Colgate-Palmolive, SADA Systems and more, to build apps to solve specific business needs.”
Features and the improvements of the App Maker:
- Open: built-in support for Cloud SQL that offers high performance and convenience.
- Fast: It has faster responsive templates, samples, a drag-and-drop UI design.
- Connected: App Maker makes it easy to connect with the services you need. you can use Apps Script to access over 40 Google services, Google Cloud Platform and other third-party services that support JDBC and REST.
- Managed: Administrators will be able to prevent apps from running without their approval.
See Google App Maker in action:
App Maker is now available to Enterprise customers, G Suite Business, and G suite education customers. You can read more about the App Maker from here