What is AppSheet?
A free video tutorial from Santiago Uribe Montoya
VP Product at AppSheet
4.4 instructor rating • 1 course • 12,307 students
Learn more from the full courseCreate Business Applications with AppSheet
A Basic Guide to Build Data Driven Mobile Apps & Web-Apps in Minutes
57:09 of on-demand video • Updated August 2019
- 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
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