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    Amazon new tool –  Honeycode, build mobile , web application without writing any code

    Good news for the Amazon Web Service (AWS) clients. Amazon has recently launched a new tool called Honeycode to its customers. This tool will be helping the users to create the mobile application and web application without any need for typing code at all.

    Honeycode is a simple user interface tool that would help to create an application as required to the users by the users. These features would be a boon to the users who do not possess coding skills but willing to have such an application. In the company’s own word Amazon says “create applications that range in complexity from a task-tracking application for a small team to a project management system that manages a complex workflow for multiple teams or departments.”

    Honeycode is equipped with multiple templates, through which the clients could build applications from the stretch.  Application made through Honeycode would lie able to handle unto 20 clients on the free version. For handling more users and adding more resources AWS client has to pay for the services.

    This new tool will ease users while playing with data by helping them to sort, filter, or linking data together. Honeycode would also be the alternative to emails and spreadsheets, tracking to-do lists, and many more as Amazon says Clients need not have to worry about any software or hardware issues regarding managing and maintenance.

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