AppGyver Academy is the learning hub for Composer Pro. Below you'll find plenty of video content on how to make the best use of Composer Pro. We are uploading new content weekly so check back often!
These 25 quick onboarding videos give you a tour around the Composer Pro user interface and key concepts.
The Core Lessons give you an in-depth understanding of Composer Pro features.
More Core Lessons coming soon!
Power-ups are short and sweet videos on how to make best use of Composer Pro features.
Power-up: Lists & Repeats Power-up: Debugging Variables Power-up: Grid/Table layout Power-up: Sorting and Filtering data Power-up: Transforming Data Power-up: Forms Power-up: Custom Flow Functions Power-up: Conditional Styling Power-up: Triggering Logic Flows from Variable Changes Power-up: Grouping lists Power-up: Create a Star Rating Component Power-up: Editing items in a list
More Power-ups coming soon!
In this video we and our friends at Xano will show you how to build a book library application including frontend, backend and REST API integration in under 20mins!
A collection of tutorial articles on how make best use of Composer Pro. Popular tutorials: Google Firestore REST API Integration Integrating with Airtable Uploading files Check out more tutorials here!
Primers are articles collecting together information and resources on a given Composer Pro topic. Primer: Integrations and REST APIs
More Primers coming soon!
Our creative and smart community has already produced a lot of amazing content from beginner tutorials to guides on creating specific component. Below you'll find a collection of links to content made by our community as well as our staff here at AppGyver!
Mevi is AppGyver's unicorn and in this series you'll learn how to build all kinds of useful components from an image picker to a calendar widget.
A friend of AppGyver No Code Hero has put out some excellent content. Beginners should check out the very extensive Absolute Beginner Tutorial to AppGyver!
On his YouTube channel, our friend Steve Stava is teaching you how use AppGyver and Xano to become a No-code developer. You will build the data layer, APIs, and mobile user interface. As you progress, you will upload images and change data through your mobile app.
Everything a developer would do, but with no-code!