Google App Maker is a G Suite application that can be used for creating one's own apps from scratch. Apps are made up of different elements such as Pages and Scripts, which users can modify and duplicate. You can add different widgets to the Page canvas to build your app; apps that you want to reuse can be exported and apps you no longer need can be deleted. This 6-video course will familiarize learners with the app interface and the different ways in which they can create, edit, and manage the apps they make. Begin by learning how to access and connect to Google App Maker, and then open Apps and show the Welcome Dialog window. Next, you will learn how to navigate the application and create an app when you discover the Editor Page options. You will examine your app's Pages and Editor Page options, and finally, learn how to export, import, delete, and recover apps.
Google App Maker: Getting to Know the Application