Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at 6:00:00 PM 1740 W 92 St 1740 W 92 St, Kansas City, MO

TOPIC- Developing Phone GlideApp Phone app.
Would you like to come up with an idea for a phone app and deploy it to the world within a few hours? You can do that, if the app is simple, using a site called GlideApps. With GlideApps, you pull all the content from Google Sheets, which means you can update your app simply by modifying the content in the sheet. Also, the apps are web-based, which means they don't go through app stores. Finally, you create them without writing a single line of code.

So why should programmers care? Because our jobs should be focused on solving business problems, not necessarily writing code. And there will be times were a simple GlideApp, completed in a few hours, can solve a business problem that would takes days or weeks if written with a javascript framework, REST API, and backend database.

Rob Kraft is currently enjoying unemployment by learning new technologies, doing some pro-bono work for some non-profits, and trying to complete on the items on the honey-do list his wife provided him (years ago).

He has been developing software solutions for more than thirty years, mostly with the Microsoft stack. He is passionate about securing applications and also about growing the software development community.

Talia DeGisi on Web Site Design

Andrew on creating A YouTube Channel For KCWebPros

We will be meeting in the Main Conference room on the 1st Floor of Centriq's Training Center. It is located in the center of the building. Access is available through all doors. Tim is usually at the front desk to provide directions. Click here for event

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