Not currently. You can publish a progressive web app eith a PRO account but it’s not a website version. I would recommend bubble.io for those needs! It’s another great #cocode platform that can tie in a lot of the background components we may use. Not airtable, though, I think.
Thanks @jared - for the progressive web app - are users using that to just make a “wide” app version that works and looks more like a Desktop app?
I’m looking for a platform that can do both, I checked out Bubble but it doesn’t do native iOS/Android apps. Adalo has been great and does both, but Thunkable has a lot more advanced features for Native apps than Adalo.
Thanks for your swift answer.
It’s a pity, my apps would gain quite some value if the users (my students) could seamlessly shift from mobile to pc and back (their IDs and progress data are stored on Airtable).
As is, the web app seems to be just a rather ugly little viewer. Useful for testing certainly, but not for commercial use.
Thanks anyhow, Cheers!
@jared Yes! now that’s what I’m talking about
Unfortunately I know nothing about responsive design (but willing to learn). I guess it means I need to dabble in HTML and CSS directly? Do you know about any WP plugin for this by any chance?
Hey Jared! Would you happen to know how to get bubble.io to read Thunkable API Post requests? I’m trying to get thunkable to be able to update some bubble.io data in the database but it’s not working quite like I think it’s going to.
hi jared, the sample is no longer online?
i create an app on who runs on a win10 tablet now with bluestacks but i will switch to the web app, only i want to use the widescreen on a 1280x800 resolution.are you able to switch to full screen ?
Sorry. Webapps not alive. I let that account fizzle and stopped paying.
If you plan to make a webapp, I would use css to edit the design screen size. Then you can work in an environment that is the right dimensions. Alternatively, I still feel bubble is superior for webapps if that is your primary target.
Still though, if you plan on only having a PWA intended for mobile phones, thunkable would be the route I’d take. If you want a webapp that also has desktop features but has a companion PWA , use bubble.