No code — Honeycode!
Just another post before starting the vacation time, and I promise I won’t be reading books on IT during my holidays :D
Following my first AWS Cloud certification last month, I had the opportunity to read a book on development applications on Amazon Web Services: Build Customized Apps with Amazon Honeycode.
Honeycode is a no code managed service to build applications (even mobile) and I find that nice (even though we have killer apps/services on IBM cloud :))!
First, I have almost no real experience with “no code” platforms, and I’m not a big fan, because at some point, in my opinion a developer must do some real code and needs some good programming languages. But if you want to build something quick, these tools are great.
What I like (as always) with these kinds of books, is that they bring you progressively to put your hands on the tool and eventually by building sample apps/projects gain a more in-depth knowledge. So, this book sticks to that pattern and going through all chapter and trying the sample projects, at the end, I don’t say I’m an expert, but I feel that I have some level of knowledge and experience with Honeycode.
So the final word is that I’m happy having read this book, it’s always great to learn something new, and I would say it’s a good source to understand and learn the basics of Honeycode.