To much behind the scenes crud going on from them for my liking.
just wait for the moment when someone will try low codingHi ! i plan to purchase a forum software,
i appreciate xenforo but vbulletin has a native mobile app created by vbulletin with licence for life,
so i really hesitate..
thank you to give satisfying information about the title question..
Ditto. Just put a shortcut to the site on the desktop (at least in Android) and you've got one tap access, same as you would with an app. I have not had a single user wonder if there should be an app. What would be the benefit over just putting the site on desktop?So are mine, and they are very happy with xenForo
So on ios for instance they happily use the app called Safari
I heard a lot about low-coding, but I haven't heard nothing relevant about this, any suggestions or articles about. But this type of coding environment was really interesting for me, and I was trying to find out as much information as I can about that type of app development. I was wondering if it could make any app development easier, it was really interesting for me. So after all, I am going to try wavemaker.com this is a low-code environment with a modern stack( Angular 7). I think, this is a new step in app development and it could make our programmer lives easier. I will keep in touch with some updated on the informationjust wait for the moment when someone will try low coding
So you gain notifications but lose possibly vital functions of your site along with the look and feel. While notifications are nice on some site they are bothersome on others.Will my plugins work in the app?
Probably not. We're intentionally building the app to work with standard Invision Community features and apps right now. If your plugins add new UI elements or change the functions that users interact with it's likely they will not work with the app.
What about themes?
Themes won't work in the app because the app doesn't use HTML. However, some branding/customization will be available via the AdminCP, and we may expand upon this in future.
I think the majority of the communities won't care if the forum is the main part of that community.I feel these 2 reasons are why apps may never be a great option for a majority of communities.
Won't they just integrate some kind of ad placements in the app that admins can use, just like on the web?I do like the one app approach but it’ll be a long time before it’s feasible for many who depend on ads.