You will receive completely ready-to-use mobile and web applications, the components of which will be the same as those created by professional developers.
Your application will have two main parts:
To start developing, you need to log into AppMaster.io Studio and create a new project. In each project, you will have one common backend and one or more client applications. Thanks to this structure, you can create web and mobile versions for different users and with different functionality. At the same time, they will be connected, you can configure their interaction and data exchange with each other.
For the design you will only use no-code tools: create schemas and specify settings based on which the platform will automatically generate code.
Several sections of AppMaster.io Studio are responsible for setting up the backend.
You can connect additional functions in the Modules section.
One of the designers is used to create the client-side.
Usually, projects on our no-code platform are built from backend to frontend. However, you can first create a layout in the designer, and then "bind" data and business logic to it. But how much of the second scheme is applicable depends on the specifics and complexity of your project.
After you create a project in AppMaster.io Studio, its basic part will be immediately generated and placed on the server. Based on this base, you will conduct development, adding, removing, or reconfiguring components. You can enter the application (it does not matter, web or mobile) immediately after its creation and at any time during the development process.
The backend can be hosted anywhere: on AppMaster.io Cloud servers, your local server, or third-party storage (AWS, Azure, Google Cloud). It will be hosted on our servers by default.
You can transfer it automatically or manually, depending on whether the integration with the required resource is supported. Export binaries, custom files, or source code in just a couple of clicks on your project page.
The web applications will be available immediately upon publication. They use a browser as their runtime, so their files will be stored on the server where the backend is located.
No-code development is primarily a creative process because our platform will take over the bulk of the routine.
Throughout August we have been improving the established features of our platform. We worked on the design of the platform, expanded the settings of modules and individual components, closed tasks that were postponed due to higher priority.
Another report on the main changes that have occurred on our no-code platform over the past month.
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