Yes, you're able to deploy apps you build in Draftbit to the App Store/Google Play Store.
To do so, check out Expo's documentation on Building Standalone Apps and Deploying to App Stores which will give you instructions on how to generate native binaries and provides you with tips on getting your app ready for approval.
Are we missing a critical capability or feature for you? If so, please head over to the Roadmap and see if it's already been requested.
If it has, please upvote the topic and add a comment to let us know any additional thoughts or clarifications that are specific to you.
If it hasn't, create a new request and let us know what you're looking for and any background or details.
The short answer is soon.
We're slowly rolling out beta invites weekly so that we can ask new beta users questions, show them how Draftbit works, and collect their feedback after they've tried using it.
Sorry to hear you've found a bug or issue. The easiest way to report a bug to us is to head over to the Bugs category of our Community and create a topic with your bug/issue.
By creating a topic, you'll get notified as we address these issues automatically.
If the issue is more complex, or you're not sure how to describe it, just shoot us an email [email protected] and we'll be happy to take a look!
There is not currently a free version of Draftbit. We are offering early beta users special, pre-public pricing. The only way to get access to this early user pricing is to request access to the beta from draftbit.com. Your invitation will specify pricing and instructions. You'll also get a free trial period to evaluate the tool before being charged.
After our beta is complete, we will likely utilize a SaaS (recurring) pricing model, with tiers depending on features and capabilities. We may or may not maintain a free plan, and we have not finalized the specific prices or tiers.
If you wish to cancel your subscription, fill out this Cancellation Form. Once we've received the results, we'll process your request and confirm your account and/or apps have been deleted.
If you want to share a visual preview of the screen you're working on now, you can share your progress and changes live to as many people as you want through our Live Preview. Using the QR code generated for each project, you can have as many people as you want follow along as you build.
You can also share your project by publishing your project to the web. Doing so generates a unique URL that you can send to collaborators, clients, and friends that will allow them to view your project on an Android/iOS simulator.
Yes, it is possible for us to recover deleted applications. Please contact us and we will be able to help you. Please note, apps deleted a long time ago may not be recoverable.
Updated 26 days ago