I’m trying to work out if it’s possible to use a Coda as the backend for a WebApp. That is, can I create a webpage to pull data from a Coda e.g. via query, and have the web front end to add a sort of GUI with animation etc?
I’m pretty sure it’s obvious from my question but I have very little actual coding knowledge (you wouldn’t have guessed, right?!) but I’ve done enough in the past to know I can learn but I don’t want to spend time doing that if what I’m trying to do basically isn’t possible.
I’ve built a Coda our non-profit can use to track the waste plastic we take from businesses we work with, through the process of shredding, sorting, storing and re-moulding it into 100% recycled products. It will already make it easier for us to keep better tabs on inventory and also assess things like order feasibility; since each product might be made from up to 8 colours of plastic mixed together and since many products use the same colours, multi-line orders include lots of overlap we need to be aware of from the outset. What I’d like to be able to do is use the data we naturally generate to showcase cool stats e.g. how much we’ve recycled, how many products we’ve made via a page on our website, maybe using some nifty animations etc. to bring it all to life.
Is this basically possible?