For many companies looking for Retool apps, PDF end products are essential. Here are 4+ options to generate PDFs within Retool.
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.
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.
In this article, we walk through how to connect the Google Drive API to your Retool environment, pull your files into an application, and create new ones.
Hybiscus and Retool are a dream team, providing beautiful and dynamic PDF reports in a matter of minutes. In this tutorial, I’ll walk through how to sign up for Hybiscus, set up a Hybiscus Resource in Retool, connect it to an application and get started making some stunning, automated reports.
Using the pagination component, we can now make a carousel-style component in Retool, here's how.
In this tutorial we’ll be looking at how to use one to create a dynamic document uploader, to preview, rename files and save them to an Amazon s3 bucket. We’ll also explain some of the basics around the concept of ‘i’, and how to use it when developing ListView elements in your apps.
The Release Manager (or versioning) in Retool is a useful feature for splitting up your work into shippable units and version-controlling your apps. We clear up how it works, and how to work with versioning to avoid any crucial mishaps.
Charting using PlotlyJS in Retool: Second Y-axis, Changing Date Formats, Filtering Chart Data by Date
In this tutorial we will cover three topics that are often necessary in charts but can be somewhat challenging to navigate using the Retool Plotly interface.
Have a Retool app for your company with key functionality but no one can make their mind up exactly how it should look? In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to create a settings modal that will allow each user to customize their interface to suit their own preferences.