New to Appery.io? Watch this video to familiarize yourself with the Appery.io App Builder and get started building your first app.
We’ve added a new PDF viewer plug-in to our collection of publicly available Appery.io plug-ins. Check out this 3-minute video tutorial to learn more about its functionality and the ways you can display PDF files in your Appery.io application.
We recently published a new video tutorial where we explain how to log in to your Appery.io application using LinkedIn credentials. Watch the tutorial to learn how to get a LinkedIn Client ID and add it to your application.
On Sunday, February 28, from 01:00 to 09:00 (EST), we will be releasing new functionality for the Appery.io platform. We are sorry for the inconvenience, but our App builder and Backend services will not be available during the maintenance period. We greatly appreciate your patience.
With the “Segments” plug-in, you can quickly add segment buttons to your application and display fragments of information on one screen. Go and check our new tutorial to learn how to configure the plug-in in 4 minutes.
Last week, we announced the release of a credit card plug-in for the Ionic 4 Framework. To that end, we created a new tutorial where we demonstrate how the plug-in works and showcased two features: type detection and verification.
You can easily update your PWA application by installing the “PWA Create and Update” plug-in. Once published, your app will automatically be updated on users’ devices with new UI components. For more details about the process and benefits of updating PWA applications, check out the latest video tutorial on our YouTube channel.
From now on, you can quickly add the built-in Stripe plug-in to your Appery.io web or PWA application. The plug-in integrates the Stripe payment method to your application and enables users to make purchases. This plug-in works through Appery.io API Express, which ensures the security of your Stripe API key.
In our latest tutorial, we explain how to resize images in your Appery.io app. It’s really simple – find the Resize Image plug-in in the catalog, configure it, and start modifying images’ widths, heights, and sizes according to your needs.
From now on, you can read CSV files and display their content on both web and mobile applications created in Appery.io. Watch our new tutorial to learn more about the CSV Reader plug-in that does all the work for you.