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AWS HoneyCode = Serverless Lotus Notes?
HoneyCode is giving me the Lotus Notes stickiness vibe.
HoneyCode is AWS’ no-code platform. HoneyCode is targeted at business users, similar to Lotus Notes. The significant difference other than the cloud is that it’s based on serverless architectures. It’s fundamentally event-driven. What’s not different is that migrating dozens or hundreds of applications away from HoneyCode may prove problematic in a few years.
Integration with Zappier
One of the first examples is using Zappier to integrate with other platforms, such as Google Forms, for inputting information. Business users can publish a survey on Forms and use the Zappier event to kick off a HoneyCode workflow.
One of the most frustrating challenges I’ve experienced as a small business owner has been keeping track of the sales pipelines. Every service I’ve looked at has been too big or too simple. I could easily see building a solution that’s the right shape and size for my organization.
This is a no-code platform. However, I can see integrating this with event-driven services like Zappier to monitor application responsiveness and create, track, and update support tickets based on events.
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