Tip 1. Get a free Developer License
The first thing to note is that you you can get a Kintone Developer License from the Kintone Developer Network.
This is a free Kintone environment for developers who want to test out Kintone customizations.
You will need to create an account for the Kintone Developer Network first to access this page:
Tip 2. Prepare a text editor
Here are some recommended text editors:
A Kintone plug-in, that acts as a text editor.
A powerful and flexible IDE that can be accessed online.
A text editor developed by Github.
A text editor developed by Adobe.
A popular text editor for front end developers.
Tip 3. Understand how to debug
Tip 4. Learn how to develop efficiently
jswatchdog will check for any vulnerabilities that may be lying inside your code.
Tip 6. Ask questions on online communities
If you have questions regarding customizations using Kintone's API, post your queries on online community forums so that other developers can help you out:
We hope you found these tips useful.
With these tips in mind, try out some of our tips and samples!
- Add Buttons (Record Details)
- Add Buttons (Record List)
- Using custom calculations
- Use radio buttons to restrict field edits
- Log users who have viewed a record