Getting Started with No-Code in AppGyver

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:

After completing this lesson, you will be able to:

  • Get started with no-code development in AppGyver

Getting Started With No-Code in AppGyver

Welcome to the next phase of your learning journey: Build a No-Code Mobile App with SAP AppGyver. This is the fourth unit in your learning journey, Low-Code/No-Code Automations and Applications for Citizen Developers.

Your instructor for this unit is Esmeé Xavier. She’s based in Helsinki, Finland where she has been the Content Marketing Manager for SAP AppGyver. Having a formal background in communications and a life-long interest in technology, she is a huge advocate for no-code and passionate about making it truly accessible to everyone. You can follow and reach out to Esmeé for questions or feedback on SAP Community.

Objectives of this Unit

The main objective of this unit is to gain hands-on practice in SAP AppGyver. You put into practice all the concepts about app development, low-code / no-code, citizen development, and business processes that you have learned so far in this course.

The objectives of this unit are straightforward; you will:

  1. Work hands-on in SAP AppGyver with all the concepts my teammate Akseli showed you in the last unit.

  2. Create a functional mobile app that you can test out on your own device.

  3. Put these skills into practice for your future no-code projects.

Unit Preview

This unit is slightly different from the previous units, because we are moving away from theory and getting hands on with citizen development. There are still videos, text, and diagrams to help you learn, but the main thing you do is build your first app while you follow along with the lessons.

The app we’re going to create is a simple barcode scanner that shows nutritional information for various food products. To make that happen, we’ll go through the following steps:

  1. Make a plan.
  2. Create the user interface.
  3. Implement the logic.
  4. Integrate an API.
  5. Gather and display the data.
  6. See it all work together.

Prerequisite Tools and Resources

The resources we’ll be using for this app are SAP AppGyver, the OpenFoodFacts API, and some regular food products found in the kitchen.

To get the SAP AppGyver tools, follow these steps:

  1. If you already have a paid SAP BTP account, you can subscribe to SAP AppGyver via a booster:Subscribe to SAP AppGuyver via a booster
  2. If you do not have a paid account, you can use the free Community Edition by signing up here: Sign up to free Community Edition
  3. Get the preview app on your mobile phone
    1. * for iphone
    2. * for android

Let’s get started!

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