Learning Airtable

Get a concise yet comprehensive overview of Airtable, one of the most versatile platforms to emerge from the no-code movement. Whether you’re planning a new project, sharing data analysis within your organization, tracking a detailed initiative among stakeholders, or dealing with any other project that requires well-structured collaboration, this practical book shows you how Airtable is an accessible tool to tackle these challenges.

Author Elliott Adams guides you through the process of structuring your data in a relational database, creating automations based on changes to data in Airtable, and building user-friendly interfaces for no-code applications. This showcases how Airtable is superior to the typical options of either non-developers using spreadsheets or making large investments in time-consuming application development.

With this book, you will:

  • Learn how Airtable can reduce the need for custom-built applications
  • Use Airtable to replace internal tools such as spreadsheets
  • Build applications utilizing relational data–without any knowledge of software programming
  • Evaluate whether you can build a solution on Airtable rather than purchasing software
  • Understand the limitations of the Airtable platform when compared with writing a software application from scratch

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