Amazon is launching a new service for building apps even if you don't know how to code AMZNGet the Full StoryAmazon
Amazon is launching a new service called Honeycode that enables AWS customers to build apps for their business without any coding experience.
It's designed for businesses that need apps for tasks like event scheduling and inventory management, and Slack is one of its first users.
The service could give Amazon another leg up over rivals like Microsoft in the cloud services space.
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Amazon is launching a new service called Honeycode that makes it possible for Amazon Web Services customers to build their own apps without any coding experience.
The service, which Amazon announced on Wednesday, will be free for up to 20 users. After that, customers can pay to add more users and additional storage.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A cleaning expert reveals her 3-step method for cleaning your entire home quicklySee Also:A Las Vegas apartment complex added an esports lounge as an amenity and says its the first of its kind in the US see insideTwitter has permanently banned the group that published the 'BlueLeaks' police files obtained by hackersTrump blames the latest freeze on immigrant work visas on the pandemic. Immigration attorneys say the ban is just another step towards long-term, restrictive policies.SEE ALSO: Apple just announced its big plan to create its own Mac chips, signaling a radical new direction for the company's computers. Here's everything we know about it so far.