Learn from the internal tool experts
Tutorials, guides and templates to unlock efficiency and empower teams with better internal tools.
In this post, we tell you why we at Bold Tech created our own time tracker in Retool to replace Harvest, and a bit about how we built it.
In this tutorial we walk through how to make an HMAC hashing function in Retool using Crypto.js.
Appsmith is a developer tool that expedites companies’ internal tool development through pre-built drag-and-drop components, built-in permissioning & authentication, and resource integrations. It is a competitor to platforms like Retool and Outsystems but is an open-source alternative.
This article will guide you through some solutions to common Salesforce issues. It includes a step-by-step process of how to leverage Retool and Sequin to build a tailored app that enriches Salesforce data with ease.
Airtable and Google Sheets are great no-code options for small datasets, but they have their limitations. We discuss what the main ones are, and why a SQL database might be a better option.
Retool has just had a boost in speed and power, so switching between applications much more seamless and performant. In this article, we discuss how to make great multi-page applications with optimal performance and effective UI.
We love the new sidebar frame in Retool. In this article, we discuss functionality and limitations, provide a couple of different layout ideas, as well as some UI tips and tricks for using the sidebar in internal apps.
In this study, we’ll look at how Red Roots Capital experimented with (clunky) SaaS software, before landing on a custom solution in Retool - built by Bold Tech - where they can not only track and file receipts for their accounting team, but they can do this on the go from a custom-made mobile app.
With the rapid growth of low-code platforms and advanced developer tools, there is a spectrum of ways to create internal apps beyond custom coding from scratch. In this article, we’ll break these options down for you, including examples of software, and the pros and cons of using each.
Internal tools are often overlooked in the development space, but great internal infrastructure can often be the key to unlock greater productivity and rapid growth. So why aren’t people investing in better internal apps?
Build vs Buy is a grand debate in internal tooling, where SaaS products are often brilliant, they're sometimes too generalized to fulfill all companies’ needs. We run through some of your options, how to decide when to build or buy, and the pros and cons of each option.
Effective internal tools are essential for start-up growth in 2023, but how do you calculate ROI on your internal tool, and how do you plan and develop these tools best?