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Say Hello to the World of No-Code!

Say Hello to the World of No-Code!

If you are asking the question “What is No-Code”? You will find the answer in this article. In our daily life, nearly everything is powered by code. We can give some common examples like searching on the internet, posting things on social media, shopping on our...

How to Empower Human Resources Spreadsheets

How to Empower Human Resources Spreadsheets

Spreadsheets have become the go-to solution for Human Resources (HR) departments for managing, sharing, organizing, and analyzing all kinds of information. A lot of HR professionals are still using spreadsheets as their default tool. Excel has proven to be a perfect...

Converting an Insurance Rating Spreadsheet into a No-Code API

Converting an Insurance Rating Spreadsheet into a No-Code API

Excel spreadsheets are heavily utilized across the insurance industry due to their capacity for coding complex formulas and business logic through worksheet formulas. One of the main use cases for insurance spreadsheets is to provide calculations for premiums that are...

Building Scored Questionnaires with SpreadsheetWeb Hub

Building Scored Questionnaires with SpreadsheetWeb Hub

Businesses often use Excel to build questionnaires especially if there are many questions or if they need scoring calculated based on user responses. Excel’s user-friendly interface makes is easy to build such questionnaires. But collecting answers from users and...

Building Timesheet Applications with SpreadsheetWeb Hub

Building Timesheet Applications with SpreadsheetWeb Hub

With SpreadsheetWeb, you can transform your timesheet spreadsheets into web applications and configure workflows with the new ‘Tag’ feature! In this article, we will take a fictitious company using a timesheet application for their employees to log their weekly work...

Building an Insurance Quoting Application with SpreadsheetWeb Hub

Building an Insurance Quoting Application with SpreadsheetWeb Hub

In SpreadsheetWeb Hub, you can apply internal hierarchies and configure who can and cannot access records created within the application with the new ‘Tag’ feature. The ’Tag" feature is a completely flexible approach, which you can specify the rights of users...