AppSheet is #7 in Top 13 Low-Code Platforms

Last updated: September 15, 2020
Google's AppSheet provides a no-code development platform for application software, which allows users to create mobile, tablet, and web applications using data sources like Google Drive, DropBox, Office 365, and other cloud-based spreadsheet and database platforms.

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#7 in Top 13 Low-Code Platforms

Alternatives


The best alternatives to AppSheet are: Microsoft PowerApps, Airtable, Amazon Honeycode, Zoho Creator, Appy Pie, OutSystems



Latest news about AppSheet


2020. Google binds no-code tools, API management into new Business Application Platform



Placing a bet on the red-hot low-code/no-code market, Google LLC today debuted its new Business Application Platform category of software encompassing application programming interface management, no-code application development, process automation and business analytics. The platform is based on technology Google picked early this year with the acquisition of AppSheet and is intended to make it easy and simple to build applications without writing any code, which is different from low-code. The Business Application Platform will also include API management technology from Apigee, which the search giant acquired four years ago. The company said it will add new features that leverage Google Cloud, hybrid and multicloud architectures, artificial intelligence and machine learning development platforms, lifecycle management, security and productivity/collaboration tools.




2020. Google App Maker is shutting down



Due to low usage, Google App Maker will be turned down gradually over the course of 2020 and officially shut down on January 19, 2021. If you used App Maker to automate business processes Google suggests to move to AppSheet - a new addition in its application development portfolio that has capabilities similar to App Maker. If you used App Maker to develop apps - you can use App Engine to build and deploy applications on a fully managed platform. And if If you used App Maker for data collection - use Google Forms, which has many new features that were not available when App Maker launched.


2020. Google buys no code application development startup AppSheet



Google beefs up its cloud capabilities with the acquisition of Appsheet, which sells tools that enable so-called “citizen developers” to build data-based applications. AppSheet sells a “no code” application development platform that gives Google an easy way to help companies create mobile apps without needing to hire teams of developers. It works by pulling data from a spreadsheet or other source and using the field and column names as the basis for a new app. Appsheet was a tempting target for Google because it already integrates with its products such as Sheets and Forms. The platform works with other well-known services too, including Amazon Web Services Inc.’s DynamoDB database, Box, Salesforce and Microsoft Office 365. Google said Appsheet would continue to support those platforms after the acquisition has been completed.