Construye aplicaciones similares a React para herramientas internas 10 veces más rápido con Retool

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La mayoría de las empresas tienen que construir software personalizado e interfaces a medida para sus datos con el fin de impulsar procesos internos como extensiones de prueba de usuario, reembolsos, gestión de inventario, administración de usuarios, etc. Estas aplicaciones tienen requisitos únicos y a menudo, resolver el problema rápidamente es más importante que la apariencia. Retool facilita a los desarrolladores de JavaScript construir rápidamente aplicaciones similares a React para herramientas internas utilizando interfaces de API y base de datos preconstruidas, así como componentes de interfaz de usuario reutilizables. En este masterclass, repasaremos cómo algunas de las empresas de más rápido crecimiento están haciendo herramientas internas y construiremos algunas aplicaciones simples para explicar cómo Retool funciona a partir de tus conocimientos existentes de JavaScript y ReactJS para permitir la construcción rápida de herramientas.


Prerrequisitos:

Una cuenta de prueba gratuita en Retool.com

Algunos conocimientos básicos de JavaScript y bases de datos SQL/NoSQL


Enlace útil de Retool: https://docs.retool.com/docs

Chris Smith
Chris Smith
86 min
16 Jun, 2021

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