Webydo Offline Desktop Application
Wouldn't it be great to have a Webydo Desktop Application, where you can build your website offline and then log in to your Webydo account to upload it there?
Some of us do not have reliable broadband to build websites online (especially those of us in remote areas.)
I'm presently in Africa, and the challenges here wont allow me to have enough online time to build the ideal Webydo website that I'm looking forward to building.
Im hoping that the Webydo team would look into this and make it a reality.
I would truly miss the latency inspired minute-meditation that I have come to get used to, if they ever build a Windows Desktop App that is fairly similar to Microsoft Teams Desktop and SaaS. This will further epower your Founders' foundings words on the Developer versus Designer.
I highly support a Desktop App. Given the fact that Microsoft has great relationship with Webydo (I think there was an award?).
AdminAlana (Head of Support, Webydo) commented
Thank you for your interest - but it's not something we are looking into at this time.
If this changes we will keep you updated!
Yes this is the future of webydo!! Please tell me you guys are working on something? Especially considering Adobe just ditched Muse! Any updates????
Etienne Dupuis commented
Is there any beta possible for 2017 ?
That's very true if this was available it would probably eliminate many of the bug issues and problems.
This is a fantastic idea! It would also keep from having any interruptions in the building process! Sometimes you'lol be building and then the internet goes down and it ruins what you were just working on if you haven't saved. This would definitely cut that down!
Amardeep Sharma commented
Agreed with above guys, I seriously need this app will works in offline mode as other window base app. I don't want to struggle with my broadband speeds n all, I live in outer area of the city and even not easy to access Internet on time. Please Webydo Team do positive in this way. I hope the webydo team gets convince from all the requests and good to hear from Webydo Team Side.
L Bauer commented
Would eliminate a lot of online issues AND speed up things tremendously.
Having to refresh or reload your page/design constantly due to laggy internet is a pain in the rectal area.
I absolutely LOVE this idea.
This is interesting. Work offline. reminds me a little of a Dreamweaver like concept except can be directly linked to your account.
James Barnard commented
I agree. 3 votes on that one. I have also experienced broadband delays, and I am in southern California. An all Web app does have limitations. I can see Webydo having a huge competitive advantage over other design driven website builder on the market with a desktop Application that syncs to the web... similar to the "PUBLISH" feature.
I can see an Adobe Air Application being a good fit for this so it would be cross platform (mac, PC, linux) Similar to what Evernote offers
I'm also from the African continent and currently only have access to 3G, which support has told me is not stable enough because Webydo builder constantly saves. Having an offline app would solve this problem :-) Or then if we can disable the AUTO-SAVE.....
almost 500 votes and still not implemented....WHY???
if this was available it would probably eliminate many of the bug issues and problems. I don't understand how this is not available yet!!!
It application is my main dream in Webydo!!!
I would definitely want to use that. Surprised it's not developed yet.
Webydo offline / desktop version is must have. There are so many things go wrong when working online.
Jonathan Relf commented
This is a great idea for those who struggle with broadband speeds, live in remote areas or even when they don't have access to Internet (example: on a airplane, train and so on...) this would be such a great feature and something that wouldn't be offered by your rivals
Megan Huang commented
I guess my bandwidth is the reason why it is so slow on Webydo. I really like the Webydo's user interface and how it is pixel perfect, but I want to smash my head into the screen when it gets too slow...An offline app would be really great!