How to build a dashboard in minutes? Find out it by joining our Webinar.

Tatiana Yudina
1 min

To support businesses struggling through tough times due to COVID-19 isolation, we decided to host a series of webinars dedicated to low-code platforms, and the ways to build web apps using them. 

We'd like to invite you to our first Free webinar where you will learn how to create a dashboard for any web application. We will guide you through this process step by step, and answer all the questions regarding web app creation using a low-code platform. You will get a clear vision on how to apply such tool to boost your productivity and save money. 

You will be able to build & brand your own dashboard 2 times faster than you used to before. No coding and design skills are required.

As we’ve already said, the webinar is absolutely free, and all you have to do is register here.

Who might be interested in the Webinar?

  • Beginners and advanced users of UI Bakery.
  • Those who are looking for a way to speed up web app development.
  • Those who are searching for a powerful low-code development tool.

When will it be held?

There will be 2 webinars on the same topic, so choose the date and time convenient for you:
- March 26, 6 p.m. (CET)
- March 27, 4 p.m. (CET)

To register for the webinar, just fill in a short form.

Have any idea for future webinars? Feel free to contact us.

March 24, 2020
Tatiana Yudina
Product manager at UI Bakery since it was founded. Eagers to explore new product frameworks to boost productivity and applies the best one. Having been working since 2012, Tanya has solid Business Analyst and UI/UX expertise in both B2B and B2C fields. She enjoys sharing product management and no-code development experience. Feel free to contact her as a guest blog writer or as a speaker on tech events.

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