4.38 (3930 reviews)
☑ You'll learn how to get started and publish data-driven mobile apps with AppSheet
☑ You'll learn the design principles of data-driven apps
☑ You'll learn how to manage mobile apps, starting with data structure, applying different behaviors in the app, and then manage publishing and access
☑ You'll learn how to add maps to your apps
☑ You'll learn how to add image galleries to your apps
☑ You'll learn how to create a database mobile app
Learn how to build mobile, tablet & browser applications without using any code, and how to solve a variety of workflow & automation scenarios for your business.
This beginner-level course walks new app creators through the process of defining & connecting data sources, customizing app interfaces, incorporating basic layers of automation, generating notifications & reports, and deploying apps to teams of users.
Learn how to incorporate features like:
Image & Signature Capture
GPS & Maps
Calendars, Charts & Image Galleries
To help support common scenarios such as:
Perform Inspections & Surveys
Manage Field Service Teams
Automate Team Notifications
Build Analytics Dashboards & Reports
Control & Update Inventory
Share Team Resources
What is AppSheet?
Working with data
Types of Data Sources
Connecting Data Sources
Setting Table Permissions
Establishing Column Types
Column Types: Dates & Times
Column Types: Lists & Dropdowns
Column Types: Content, Media & Signatures
Define the UX of your app
Positioning & Labeling App Views
XY Map Types
Behaviors & Automation
Introduction to App Behaviors
Creating Custom Actions, Buttons & Links
Examples of Actions
Automating with Workflows
Customizing Generated Emails & PDFs
Determining How App Data Syncs
Example of App Syncing
Keeping apps secure
Understanding app security
Requiring User Sign-In
Filtering Data with 'Security Filters'
Encrypting Your Data
Managing and publishing your apps
Sending Notifications & Announcements to Users
Follow-Up: Broadcasting Notifications
The operations on the application interface are too fast to be fully understood. The limits of AppSheet are not made clear enough. Too many chapters without video.
I am beginning to realize that we can have master-detail relationship possible in an app data structure.
This was very useful information, and will enable me to actually enhance my app. It would be an added advantage to have an ebook copy of this course, for future reference when dealing with some of the functions learned in this course. Thank you very much for the opportunity of getting this formal short course from experts.
Leert waarom een primary key belangrijk is, maar vervolgens geen voorbeelden hoe het goed moet enkel wat fout is en niet werkt
I've never had so much headache using a program in my entire life. It was easier writing software from scratch that did what I needed it to do rather than use App-sheet. Going "code-less" does not always mean something is going to be easier. This review comes after a solid month at trying to get app-sheet to work for my team. In the end we ended up going with excel and using VBA.
Liked the course. Looking for an alternative RAD software. Not sure how the acquiring of AppSheet by google will affect the development, in a shot term. Thanks for the course!
Guide us through an example app. If we created an app together, I would then feel more confident to go create my own app.
It's a very good introduction. I look forward to learning some slightly more complex concepts, such as references (relational datasets)
Very helpful. Excited to get started! Would have like to see what more info on the columns like for example what the "label" toggle with does right next the "key" toggle switch. Ill watch again just in case I missed some things.
the examples used are simple and in many places some features are needed to be explained in detail.Overall a general Learning of Appsheet stated features are easy to understand.
This really only touches some aspects and does not go into any details about styling or colour options. my ap still looks very bland!
Very useful course. However in order to get users quickly familiar with building apps, it would be great to have a follow up course which actually guides users in creating step by step the inspection app discussed in this course.
Yes, would have liked to have all video - end to end - so that I could just watch. But I think the breaks also did help with maintaining focus. So, thanks.
I think it is good so far. I don't have a lot of experience with coding or creation of databases so I can't say much about it being great. So far for me it is good, and easy enough to understand.
OK as an overview. Could be improved by having quizzes at the end of each section so that the user can ensure they have understood the topic.