Amazon unveils a new service known as Honeycomb, which makes it possible for users to and Amazon Web Services customers to build their apps without coding background.
According to a Business Insider report, the service will be offered for free among 20 users maximum. After this, customers will have to invest in to add more users and storage.
"Many teams try to use simple spreadsheets as a Band-Aid to manage these tasks, but spreadsheets lack true database-like capabilities to sort and filter data, make collaboration with others hard to do, and are difficult to use on mobile devices," Amazon said in a statement.
This particular service is devised for companies that require to build apps for fields such as inventory tracking, content management, event scheduling, and managing customer relationships. Instead of using spreadsheets to track these data or hiring developers with the coding background to build these apps, Amazon hopes that this will serve as …