I made the flipabit website available to some colleagues and they commented that “it doesn’t work offline”, is this statement correct?
In Flipabit, you can create an application that works offline.
Could you clarify your question?
Dear michael ,Promoting the existence of the Flipabit tool to my contacts in the IT area, I received the following comment from a colleague: “The problem is that Flipabit does not have the main feature of AppGyver: offline operation.
The ONLY reason I would recommend anyone going to the trouble of creating a native app is if they need to work offline.”
I would like to know if this statement has consistency. Thanks
You can create a completely standalone application that works offline in Flipabit.
Moreover, unlike the constructor you mentioned, which is web-based and opens in the browser, in Flipabit you can create an application without the Internet connection, because the Flipabit constructor is a standalone application. The Internet is needed only if you work with remote services (Google Sheets, Firebase, etc.) and to start the process of compiling the application.
If you have an example of an app created in Flipabit that does not work offline, I’m interested in taking a look at it. Can you share it?
Thanks Michael, I’ll pass your comment on to whoever opined about Flipabit.