FAQ

Licensing


Regular License

Can I use it as SaaS?   -- Yes.

Can I create multiple apps?   --  Yes.

Can I create apps for clients?  -- Yes

Can clients make apps on their own in the system, and pay directly? -- No


Extended License

Can I use it as SaaS? -- Yes.

Can I create multiple apps? -- Yes.

Can I create apps for clients? -- Yes

Can clients make apps on their own in the system, and pay directly? -- Yes


Frequently Asked Questions


General Questions

  1. I just bought the project, where to start?
    Thank for the purchase. Please follow the video docs.

  2. Where I can test the app builder?
    Visit reactappbuilder.com and enter your email.

  3. What is the difference between React App Builder and App Platform – All in one React Native Universal Mobile App?
- The first difference is that with React App Builder you can create an unlimited number of apps, with App Platform – All in one React Native Universal Mobile App, for now, you can create only 9 apps.
- It’s easier to create an app with React App builder then with App Platform.
- With React App builder, you can preview the work while you ware creating the app online.
- You can easier combine sections to make different apps in React App Builder


Regular Questions

  1. Is this a SaaS platform?
    No! Unfortunately, this is not a SaaS ( Software as a Service ) solution. So you can use it, only on your own, for yours or apps for your clients.

  2.  Is this a multi-user platform?
    It is designed for a single user. But you can add more than 1 user to share the same workspace


Extended Questions

  1. Do the users need to have access to this service to release their app or are the apps build and handed over to the buyer?
    For the Android app: The app is automatically compiled, and the produced .apk file is sent to the user email address. Then he needs to upload and publish the app. 
    For the iPhone app: The app is automatically compiled, and directly uploaded on the provided apple developer account. Then he needs to submit the app together with metadata to Apple Review team. 

  2. Does the buyer need to have a developer account to release or is this is a service here?
    It is recommended that your client's apps are uploaded and published on their developer account, both Google Play and  App Store. And this is how we designed the App Builder. Apple is very likely to reject the apps if you upload all the app on a single developer account. Google will allow this, but it may suspend all apps if only one is breaking their rules. So best will be, each client to have their own Apple and Google developer account.