Rapid no-code mobile app development – an introduction

phone-tablet-keyboardRapid mobile app development (RMAD) platforms are on the rise, allowing non-programmers to create and build apps for iPhone, iPad, and Android-based smartphones and tablets. The applications for business are wide-ranging and can save on the often significant time and development costs of custom-coding.

If rapid DIY app-making still sounds a little scary, then join us this Wednesday 25 January at 13.00 ECT (19.00 Central European Time) and learn about one of these platforms – ViziApps – in our joint webinar with certified ViziApps trainer Neil Perlin of Hyper/Word Services. Neil has provided training and consulting for ViziApps since the company’s founding, and also provides our online workshop training series in Creating mobile apps without coding.

The webinar will be an introduction on how you can build and develop your own mobile app through ViziApps. We look at its capabilities, the process and what you need to do to get started. The webinar is aimed at technical communication professionals, digital marketers and content professionals but we also welcome beginners with no knowledge of coding who just want to understand more about app-building or entrepreneurs wanting to connect with mobile audiences.

For further information on the webinar, click here, or simply email info@firehead.net to register.

If you can’t make the webinar on Wednesday… then check out our Creating mobile apps without coding – the basics workshop. Or please do get in touch if you require any further help and information. You’ll also find more courses on our Training page. We look forward to learning with you.

Main image: (CC) Michael Coghlan/Flickr

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