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Amazon Honeycode now allows you to integrate your existing workflows and data sources, such as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications or AWS services like Amazon S3, with Honeycode apps. Teams can build custom mobile & web apps that connect to their existing tools and data, enabling end-to-end solutions that solve the specific business productivity needs of teams. The connections between Honeycode and other tools are facilitated by Zapier or Amazon AppFlow, which are integration services that you can use with Honeycode. You can also use new Honeycode APIs to integrate with custom or internal tools that aren’t supported by either Zapier or AppFlow. View the full article
Amazon AppFlow now allows customers to integrate existing workflows and data sources, such as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications or AWS services, with Amazon Honeycode apps. View the full article
Amazon Honeycode now supports single sign-on with identity providers such as Microsoft Active Directory, Azure AD, Okta, OneLogin, PingFederate, or any SAML-based identity provider, including Google Workspace. Honeycode customers or the IT administrators of organizations using Honeycode can set up single sign-on so that Honeycode users can log in using their corporate credentials instead of Honeycode-specific credentials. View the full article
Amazon Honeycode has introduced three new app templates that help you build mobile & web apps for managing work in teams - with no programming required. Honeycode app builders can now launch app templates for applicant tracking, instant polls, and collaborative brainstorming in addition to Honeycode’s existing template library. The new templates are intended for Honeycode builders who are seeking more app examples or want to build an app faster than starting from scratch. View the full article