Welcome back to AppSheet’s Feature Friday where we showcase our favorite features. This quick guide will help you build your apps faster so you can focus on what matters.
UX color scheme updates
If you’ve created a new app recently, you’ve probably noticed a change to the color scheme selections. We’ve updated the choices available to select either a light color scheme or a dark color scheme paired with your button color of choice. This is a temporary, incremental part of some of the improvements we’ll be making to the branding capabilities in your AppSheet editor.
As part of this change, we’d love to hear more from you, our app creators. Because of this we’ll have a few members of our team who work closely with UX in our Office Hours session on Tuesday, November 26th. During that time you’ll be able to provide feedback and ask UX related questions. Register here if you’re interested in attending.
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
A topic that’s been trending in our community as of late has been working with Scalable Vector Graphics. For those new to this concept, SVG is a graphic format based on XML and is used to display a wide variety of graphics in digital environments. This is a great way to improve logo designs, images used on PDFs, and more.
Coming soon: improved Emulator
Over the next few weeks we’ll slowly be rolling out an important improvement. The Emulator in your AppSheet editor is getting a makeover to improve your app creation experience. Soon, you’ll see sleeker aesthetics, have the ability to preview different form factors without leaving the editor page, and jump straight to to full screen application.
How will you use these new features in what you’re creating? Stop by the AppSheet community and let us know!
Happy app building!