Easy to learn
As a software engineer, I mostly find that most low-code / no-code tools complicate things more than they help. However, Retool is fundamentally different, in a matter of minutes I grasped to concept and was able to create powerful administration panels. With Retool you simply connect your database, write the SQL query, select a view and your internal tool is ready.
Easily connects with popular data sources
With Retool it's super easy to connect to common data sources that are loved by developers and administrators, like PostgreSQL, MySQL, DynamoDB, Firebase, GraphQL, Amazon S3, Google Sheets, MongoDB.
Retool Pros & Cons
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Retool empowers organizations and startups to quickly build internal tools with rich graphical user interfaces around any sort of datastore or API. To use Retool as an administration interface you simply connect it with your current database and start building your admin UI with drag-and-drop features provided by the graphical interface builder. Your administration application will then automatically be hosted by Retool and accessed in the web browser. Retool currently supports these databases and services PostgreSQL, MySQL, DynamoDB, Firebase, GraphQL, Amazon S3, Google Sheets, MongoDB.
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Sun 20 Jun 2021 (1 month ago)