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The Rise of NoCode in Numbers

The Rise of NoCode in Numbers

NoCode is not a new concept. The premise of nonprogrammers developing and maintaining applications has been around for a long time under names like Visual Programming or Rapid Application Development. Although it’s a novel concept, the technology never took hold or...

The First NoCode Platform: Spreadsheet Software

The First NoCode Platform: Spreadsheet Software

NoCode is not a new concept: the premise of designing tools for nonprogrammers to build and maintain their own applications without coding has been around for a long time. NoCode is a new name for an old concept. Some of its older names include Visual Programming and...

What’s New in SpreadsheetWEB 6.15

What’s New in SpreadsheetWEB 6.15

Temporary storage of information over the web is handled through the storage method called “caching”. This is essentially how users can access web content, send inputs, and receive the outcome on their end. Mainly, there are two places that a web page can store...

How to Pay Off Debt and Create Your Own Debt Payoff Calculator

How to Pay Off Debt and Create Your Own Debt Payoff Calculator

When buying a house or car that you could only afford years from today, creating a budget for college expenses, or simply taking on credit cards due to unexpected events; debt can be a very powerful tool when used correctly. As wonderful as it sounds, debt can weigh...

What’s New in SpreadsheetWeb 6.14

SpreadsheetWEB now has its own connector: the SpreadsheeWEB Connector! Excel’s external references allow creating references for the contents of a range or cell in other workbooks that are in the user’s computer. This way, you can pull data and calculations from...

How to Create an Online Calculator

How to Create an Online Calculator

What is an online calculator? Electronic calculators have been around since the early 1960s. Early models were designed to handle basic mathematical operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Over time, they were developed to perform more...

What’s New SpreadsheetWeb in 6.13

Since its introduction in version 6.11, the Connectors module has been empowering your web applications with the ability to integrate popular services and platforms. With 6.13, SpreadsheetWEB has just gained three new connectors: DocuSign, HubSpot, and Twilio. When...

What’s New in SpreadsheetWEB 6.12 – New Connectors and Culture

The Connectors module, which was added in the previous version, was intended to allow SpreadsheetWEB users to integrate their applications with web services, in a matter of a few minutes, without any coding whatsoever. We had started with two Connectors, and the list...