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NSB/AppStudio

Build Apps on Desktop, Deploy to Mobile Platforms

$199
v8.1 Mac & PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows 7+, Mac OS 10.6+
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Did you ever try to learn how to develop mobile apps, only to give up in frustration? Think that you need an advanced computing degree to start your career as an app developer? Think again! Just pick up a copy of today’s discount software promotion, AppStudio!

AppStudio is a powerful development environment that lets you build apps on your desktop machine, then run it on your device of choice. With AppStudio, you’ll be able to program your applications in JavaScript or BASIC using your Windows or Mac desktop, then port your creations over to iOS and Android devices quickly and easily.

You will not find a better rapid development platform than AppStudio. Featuring tons of sample code to get you up and running quickly, AppStudio empowers you to start getting your apps out for mobile, all without any royalty requirements!

Please note folks: version 8.1 has support for Bootstrap 4, GitHub and programming teams plus PWAs, Electron and Voltbuilder. Making native apps for Android, iOS, Windows and MacOS has never been easier!

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DH007 Is AppStudio subscription a necessary pre-requisite to run the software?

I read on your Upgrade page https://blog.appstudio.de...-upgrades/ that the v8 upgrade includes 4 months of AppStudio subscription and I am a little bit confused whether it means that besides paying here 100 USD I will need to enroll for some subscription to have the software working.
Jun 5 at 2:41pm Copy Link
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George Henne No, the subscription isn't required if you are not using any of our cloud based features.
NSB Corporation - Jun 5 at 3:17pm Copy Link
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DH007 Do you have any comparison table showing features included in subscription based cloud services? Just to have idea what I will not be able to do when not subscribing. Will I be able to deploy to desktop, iOS and Android without subscription? Can I compile to EXE?
Jun 5 at 3:59pm Copy Link
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George Henne Here’s a table:
https://www.appstudio.dev...scription/

Yes, you will be able to deploy to the desktop, iOS and Android.

The subscription gives you a couple of handy cloud based features:
- Volt, which gives you a place to host your apps, in case you don’t have your own server
- VoltBuilder, a cloud service which takes over the job of making native apps for Android and iOS. Think PhoneGap, but up to date and maintained.

Let me know if you have more questions!
NSB Corporation - Jun 5 at 4:58pm Copy Link
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Adam P I currently have 6.3. Is there any difference in features between this offer and the upgrade for $70?
Jun 6 at 8:09pm Copy Link
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az Mek I have just spend 2 hours to find more information about this product
the title is promising but the devil is in the details,
i would like to see more information then hello world,
how is the deployment done, say i am on pc and to deploy to ios you will need a mac address , how do you get this sorted.
can i access proximity function via this software
it's a lot of money to ask for even at 50% with a very little words as description
and wiki is not any better in explaining things, is there a youtube channel where i can see real application or at a least a tutorial from A to Z

I am sorry but i am not leaning towards buying at this moment due to limited information
Jun 7 at 4:35am Copy Link
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George Henne There are a few videos here which show various ways of deploying:

https://www.appstudio.dev/app/videos.php
NSB Corporation - Jun 7 at 5:21am Copy Link
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George Henne "I currently have 6.3. Is there any difference in features between this offer and the upgrade for $70?"

No difference - it's the full edition of AppStudio in both cases.
NSB Corporation - Jun 7 at 5:22am Copy Link
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CFGuy Hi - I have read that some app builders charge extra for the ability to include/use "push notifications" on the app user's (customer's) phone. How does your program handle this feature? Thanks.
-Cfguy
Jun 7 at 7:11am Copy Link
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George Henne We don't have any such charges. You're free to use any plugins or libraries you want.

It's possible that the push notification service you use might have charges.
NSB Corporation - Jun 7 at 8:06am Copy Link
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CFGuy George- thanks for getting back to me regarding my question on the "push notifications". Help me understand this issue a little better, if you don't mind. If I were to design an app in which a reminder would be sent to the user if a certain pre-programmed event (such as a certain time is reached (as a "reminder" function), or perhaps an event occurs) and it then pops up a notification message on the app user's phone or tablet, I had herd it is called a "push notification" (or am I "overgeneralizing" here?) Does your program have the ability to send such notifications, and if so, what are some reasons that an app programmer would need to utilize any "push notification services" (other than what your program already supplies)? I realize there's probably a learning curve involved in app programming, but it is something that has interested me for a while now, and your program sounds very promising and with today's discount, very reasonably priced. Thanks so much for all of your help and advice.
-Cfguy
Jun 7 at 2:41pm Copy Link
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George Henne Keep in mind that this is a development tool. The Push Notification stuff comes from other parties: we don't pretend to be experts in other software.

That being said, AppStudio has an active user community. If you post to the board, you will probably hear from others who have actually done this.
NSB Corporation - Jun 7 at 2:52pm Copy Link
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Adam P So both this copy and the upgrade only come with a 4 month subscription to the online tools, then it's $10 / month if we want to keep using your online tools, but the main program keeps working, and minor versions are free for 1 year?
Jun 7 at 7:17pm Copy Link
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George Henne Yup!
NSB Corporation - Jun 7 at 7:24pm Copy Link
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