The way we built the core native app framework is that it focuses on key features native and the rest stay webview, by design. So just like anything it depends on how many add-ons and custom things you're doing that you might want replicated native, but technically speaking the architecture we have should theoretically function just fine with any XenForo board. You just might lack certain features that might be core to you.I'm sure some forums has over 100 addons. Can you adapt to this as well?
The cost can vary depending heavily on each unique community. Native apps are, as many who know who have built one in the past, a challenge.Any idea what rough setup and then ongoing costs will be yet?
It is indeed. Right now, we are working on ad share options to help bring the cost of the app down. But for those who want to run their own ads and subscriptions without any revenue share, we support that now.Is it possible to embed ads?
How do you deal with Apple being so ruthless about getting their in app upgrade cuts? Have you removed all references to user upgrades from the app or are you planning a way for admins to allow them at an inflated cost to cover Apple's cut?
Any chance of getting local media transcoding in a future version (like What'sApp) so that mobile users can transcode high quality video on their local device at the point of upload, so they're transferring much more reasonable size vids (720/1080p)? Thereby reducing bandwidth usage, increasing upload speeds and reducing the need for any further processing server side?
Noob question here!We are considering using Vimeo or YouTube to help offload the costs of uploading HD video and the like.
Im not sure yet as ultimately we haven't yet thought of the best solution yet. I assume its something Chris D might know, but I assume its either on the radar for XFMG or not. So we might ask and see if there are plans to integrate with one of these resources or not.I assume this will not affect video playback, right? I'm thinking about subscription videos that's hosted on a more secure server than Vimeo and YouTube, as their videos are easily downloadable.
Keeping it private for now, we are demoing it live to discuss it. I know some do not want to do demos, but we are looking for partners with this app, its not something we care to sell openly. If you are interested, please contact us!Any link to demo. Would be interested to test it too.