Google has launched App Maker, which is known as the newest entry in the low-code, drag and drop app building market. The tool allows you to quickly develop customized apps for a specific purpose in an organization or an app that suits your business requirements. All those who are less technical savvy or people other than full-time developers can be benefited by this amazing tool.
App maker includes a cloud-based drag-and-drop development environment, allowing you to build the user interface and populate with data from your G Suite applications, Contacts, Google Maps and many more. All these applications will then run on the same data center infrastructure like Google Calendar, Google Drive and Gmail. In addition, IT admins can also easily manage them in the same way as Drive and several other G Suite apps. The advantage which Google always wanted to give is that users don’t have to worry about any of the underlying infrastructure and they can develop apps that solve all their customized mobile app development needs without the need to hire a developer. In addition, all those users who are looking forward to delve deeper can accomplish this with the built-in scripting editor that looks like a fully featured IDE. This powerful cloud-based IDE (integrated development environment) features built-in templates, a drag and drop UI and last but not the least, point-and-click data modelling for faster modelling and prototyping, which let developers create their own apps by significantly cutting the time required by professionals coders to develop customized mobile apps.
Apart from App Maker, Google has made an announcement of adding few enterprise applications to its “ Recommended for G Suite” program. This program checks that an app is well-integrated into G Suite and it has been tested for any kind of security issue. Some of the new apps which have been added to G Suite through this program include DocuSign, Zoho Invoice, Xero, Asana, Freshdesk and many more.