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The online learning academy offers a platform to build apps without coding

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Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT) brings a revolutionary change. Companies that adopt this change instruct the devices through developed apps. Whether you need to check the weather, your bank balance, messages, control home units or smart devices, you have apps for everything.

Ever thought of building a one?

Crowd Academy is an online learning program, designed to teach people to create market-ready apps quickly, without writing code. Crowd Academy is powered by Crowd Machine which is a fully managed zero-code app building and hosting platform that allows anyone to bring apps to market faster, cheaper and easier than any other approach on the market.

You must have thought about developing an app for your needs, but the knowledge of coding may restrict you from designing an app. You may be a tech person, but hardware and software security and compliance cause trouble.

Platforms like Crowd Academy can teach you to design the app by pursuing a short term online free course. Be it any profession- whether you are a developer looking for a faster approach, entrepreneurs looking to boost up their start-up, business owner finding a way to scale their business or an individual who likes to cope up with the technology, the platform can teach you about developing apps and also provide the platform to accomplish it.

“Our Crowd Academy Cadets are incredibly diverse - some have absolutely zero technical experience while others are already proficient in programming and just want to learn more,” said Craig Sproule, founder and CEO of Crowd Machine. “We help them make apps they dream of and they take it from there.”

Platforms like AppMakr, GameSalad, AppyPie, and Swiftic are out in the market which allows audiences to build their apps without involving any sort of programming and coding. Crowd Machine automates the app coding process with “drag and drop” functionality and natural language-based rules to develop app faster and at a lower cost.

After successfully pursuing a course from Crowd Academy of 7 level journey as a Crowd Cadet, graduates have developed apps using this highly productive platform to build apps without coding.

Kathrin and Dennis, in Germany, built a recruiting app with Project Crowd, which automates bring transparency into the hiring process integrating with AI technology.

“Crowd Academy is a great user experience and a very good opportunity to open a new world to people interested in building their software ideas and visions – from small to very complex applications,” said Kathrin Hauck, Crowd Academy Graduate.

Tom Hall is powering up an innovative blockchain-based company on Crowd Machine, after successfully becoming the first ever certified Crowd Machine Developer. People like Oliver, based in Lithuania, are now able to build apps before graduating from high school.

Crowd Machine will be offering free introductory webinars on March 20th to orient Cadets and power progress through Base 1. They are also hosting its first-ever no-code app building contest for Cadets and the winner can bag a cash prize of $10,000.




Edited by Ken Briodagh
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