Knack bills itself as the easiest online database builder for people who want to create applications. So, what does that really mean? In a nutshell, it means that people can use Knack to define the data that their apps will use, build custom app interfaces, and then publish their apps to any website or device—without any programming experience required.
Build your own online database by signing up for a Knack account and importing the records you need straight from a spreadsheet. Using Knack’s DIY app building tools, you can manage the records in your new database and add visual elements—like tables, forms, and calendars—to your app. Make changes to your database right from your browser, and track the history of those changes for future reference. (This is an especially useful feature if you’re working with a team.) When you feel like your app is ready to go, you can publish it to any website and mobile device.
Apps created with Knack are designed to automatically resize for any device. Knack also offers advanced features like user roles and permissions, scheduled tasks, and email alerts that go out whenever a process is complete. For people looking for ways to publish apps in their websites or blogs, Knack is an excellent option to check out.
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