Congratulations on building your first no-code mobile app with SAP AppGyver! This simple use case can of course be adapted and customized as much as you like, and we hope that you continue to do so. Throughout this unit, we explored many of SAP AppGyver’s core features and covered the three fundamental areas of app development: user interface, logic, and data.
To build your barcode scanner app, you completed the following tasks:
- Developed a high-level plan of the application, including a sketch of the user interface and workflows for the logic and data.
- Created the user interface in the view canvas, including a button and paragraphs from the component marketplace.
- Implemented logic in our "Scan Barcode" button using the visual logic canvas and flow functions.
- Integrated an API, first by setting up a data resource for OpenFoodFacts, then by testing out the response.
- Fetched the data by using the GET method, and then storing it in a data variable.
- Worked with that data and set it to display properly in our app using bindings and formulas.
It is essential to note here just how much you accomplished in this course without writing any lines of code! Some of the tooling and concepts may have felt a little unfamiliar, and that’s okay. At SAP AppGyver, we believe that the best approach to no-code does not put a limit on how much complexity you can achieve.
We hope you enjoyed the course, and the feeling of accomplishment when your barcode scanner works! We also hope you take these ideas and skills, and dive deeper into SAP AppGyver and no-code. Thanks for joining us. We can’t wait to see what you create next!