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8/23/2015
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Building Apps Without Code: 7 Options For Your Enterprise

Application building no longer means learning to code. Here are seven products and services that can help you develop apps without developing programming skills.
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App Press

App Press is all about the presentation. Specifically, it's about designing and deploying apps (for iOS and Android) with rich media content that can be tweaked with Java or HTML5 but require no coding to get up and running.
The 'up and running' piece of that statement is important. One of the things App Press focuses on is helping organizations deploy, host, and manage their apps. The apps are designed to be either internal or customer focused and can be presented to users on your website, the Apple Store, or Google Play. In all the cases, though, App Press hosts and manages the apps, so that successful campaigns don't hit your servers.
Pricing varies widely, from $30 per month for individuals looking to learn about app creation and publish a single app to $460 per month per user (developer) for those intending to build a business around multiple high-volume apps. If there's a business unit that wants to be in the app business and doesn't know how to start, App Press could very well be a conversation worth having.

(Image: App Press)

App Press

App Press is all about the presentation. Specifically, it's about designing and deploying apps (for iOS and Android) with rich media content that can be tweaked with Java or HTML5 but require no coding to get up and running.

The "up and running" piece of that statement is important. One of the things App Press focuses on is helping organizations deploy, host, and manage their apps. The apps are designed to be either internal or customer focused and can be presented to users on your website, the Apple Store, or Google Play. In all the cases, though, App Press hosts and manages the apps, so that successful campaigns don't hit your servers.

Pricing varies widely, from $30 per month for individuals looking to learn about app creation and publish a single app to $460 per month per user (developer) for those intending to build a business around multiple high-volume apps. If there's a business unit that wants to be in the app business and doesn’t know how to start, App Press could very well be a conversation worth having.

(Image: App Press)

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Ashu001
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11/16/2015 | 10:32:48 PM
Re: Integration
Bateye,

LOL!

Glad to see that you agree with my opinion entirely here!

It can sound a little funny initially but actually makes immense sense when one looks at it from a Larger(more Enterprise-wide) viewpoint.
Gigi3
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11/9/2015 | 4:06:26 AM
Re: Integration
"yes, you are right :) I would say life is too short... to worry about material things.."

Bayte, why to be get worries. If you are in a systematic way of executing the assignments; everything can be get complimented. 
Gigi3
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11/9/2015 | 4:04:44 AM
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"thank you, in my books if thing done properly and right way no one could take it away from you :)... how I see it..."

Batye, may be true and that's the way of disciplinary work. We are talking about continuous effort and hard work for growth and sustainability. Eventhough both can complement each other, they are in different entity. One is a systematic way of executing the assigned work and other is about systematic growth. 
batye
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batye,
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11/4/2015 | 2:26:09 PM
Re: Integration
@Gigi3, yes, you are right :) I would say life is too short... to worry about material things...
batye
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batye,
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11/4/2015 | 6:09:54 AM
Re: Integration
@Gigi3, thank you, in my books if thing done properly and right way no one could take it away from you :)... how I see it...
Gigi3
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11/4/2015 | 6:02:15 AM
Re: Integration
"yes, could not agree more.. good point... right on the money :)"

Batye, money or perks are monitory or materialistic benefits.  Not only that your growth, position, capability etc are merely depending up on your efforts and hardworking.
Gigi3
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Gigi3,
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11/4/2015 | 5:58:37 AM
Re: Integration
"interesting observation - it like middle life crisis with soft impact of feeling sorry... in IT everything hard work - nothing is easy...."

Batye, Yes, you are very right. Nothing can substitute for your hard work and effort.  
batye
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batye,
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11/2/2015 | 8:16:47 PM
Re: Integration
@Ashu001 yes, could not agree more.. good point... right on the money :)
batye
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batye,
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11/2/2015 | 8:12:53 PM
Re: Integration
@Gigi3, interesting observation - it like middle life crisis with soft impact of feeling sorry... in IT everything hard work - nothing is easy....
Gigi3
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Gigi3,
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11/2/2015 | 6:23:13 AM
Re: Integration
"Yes its true. I meet a lot of blokes who show very little or non-existent ambition through most of their career and then suddenly wake up and decide to "Achieve something". LOL!

Those kind of people are the most interesting (IMHO).Its usually phenomenal to watch how much they achieve in so little time and with minimal effort. LOL!!!"

Asish, some peoples are aggressive at certain points and some are like wait and act steadily. Those who are aggressive may not able to keep it throughout their career or pursue it further after a certain point. But those who are stable can win the situation because they are neither aggressive nor slow. When chances come they will make use of them. Others or lazy peoples call such instances as "Luck".
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