If you're exploring Zapier alternatives and competitors to streamline your workflow automation, here are some other great options that might make your developers happier.
What are internal tools? How should you build them? Our internal tool guides give you the best insight into what tools to build, where to build them, and what shouldn’t be built at all. Here we share our insights from building out hundreds of internal apps on platforms like Retool.11 articles
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.
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.
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?
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.
Accessibility is an essential part of UI design, and dev teams are often thinking about how to let users apply their own preferences to the apps they use. This tutorial will walk through how to build a user-defined accessibility setting system using Retool and Google Sheets.
Using Retool’s “Query JSON with SQL” query, we create a filter panel that streamlines the experience for the end user. We will focus on setting up a filter container with a bespoke UI to help your users sort and find data in tables more effectively and with fewer clicks.