For those not looking for a story, here is the (almost v1.0) version of Tiny Opera House, a financial management tool for the smallest of non-profits in the U.S. built with Wappler in 3 months.
TOH was originally built (and still running for now) on Bubble and has gone through a couple versions. 3 months ago, we decided to offer a free product to the non-profit community and to use Wappler for this build. So early this past June I started to learn Wappler and build the new app.
Users can connect their bank account simply using their online credentials with their bank, and we then sync those transactions as new transactions are provided by the bank (usually a few times/day.) We have the beginnings of an engine to classify transactions but the real meat of that will be built later.) Users can classify their transactions, and tag them with various different tag types for reporting later. They can see their 990 (the US non-profit federal filing form) as well as a balance sheet and income statement. From reports, users can drill into transactions and adjust.
I’m no designer, so having a bootstrap theme as the baseline was really necessary. Most of the work done was native gui Wappler, but I did some custom work on the bank connector, as well as some drag/drop functions within the transaction tagger. I put most of the logic into server actions, as this will be reused when making our mobile app version (of course, using Wappler!)
If you feel like snooping around, feel free to use the demo at https://my.tinyoperahouse.com/demo or go ahead and create a real account and link your bank account to see your own transactions (U.S. banks only for now.)
A big thanks to Team Wappler including all the community participants! I’m feeling pretty good about getting this far in 3 months, and looking forward to moving the remainder of our application over to our new Wappler platform. I’ve already started doing client work using Wappler, with great results.