Appgyver build import to Flutter or React native


I have build a prototype of an app in Appgyver and the interface and architect came out really nice. Now I’m hiring a software development company to code it properly in Flutter or React native for customer usage. My question is: Is it anyway possible to use the build from Appgyver and use in Flutter or React native?

Thank you so much for help.


No, it is not possible to directly use Appgyver’s build in Flutter or React Native. Appgyver is a mobile app development platform that allows users to create rapid prototypes and mobile apps without writing code. Flutter and React Native are mobile app development frameworks that allow developers to create native mobile apps using programming languages such as Dart and JavaScript, respectively.

To use Appgyver’s build in Flutter or React Native, you would first need to export the code from your Appgyver prototype and then use it as a starting point for developing your app in Flutter or React Native. You may also be able to reuse some components or designs from your Appgyver prototype in your Flutter or React Native app, but this will depend on the level of customization you have done in your Appgyver prototype.

Thanks for the help! Can you run through the process of exporting the code from Appgyver and using it in Flutter. Like whats the steps to make? My Appgyver prototype is made of very basic components and not customized at all so I’m really curious about using that as a starting point in Flutter. I would save a lot time and money if it works well.

I understand and it’s understandable what you’re saying. I understand Flutter and FlutterFlow (Dart) programming languages because every time I make an app (in collaboration), they choose the programming language or design platform they prefer.

There are people who ask me to develop apps using AppGyver Composer and SAP AppGyver, and I’ve been understanding AppGyver more and more for a few months now.

Why am I telling you all of this? Because I understand something about programming languages and it’s not easy to switch from AppGyver to Flutter (Dart). AppGyver doesn’t provide you with 100% of the codes like Flutter, FlutterFlow, and other platforms do, which allows you to manipulate those codes in Android Studio, Visual Studio Code, Swift, etc. and compile as you like.

For everything to be 100% in the programming language you choose, you must tell the developer who sees your app (designed in AppGyver) how it works and try to explain again what you want to do to get the desired best results. Don’t forget that in Dart (Flutter), the developer must provide you with all the codes when the app is ready, so you have a backup in the future.

In my case, I’m in AppGyver because I’m a FREELANCER in the private sector. This means that I have to learn many programming languages for Android devices.

Now my question is:

Why don’t you finish the project in AppGyver?

What was your change of decision regarding AppGyver?

Why did you lean towards the Flutter (Dart) side?

Thanks for taking the time to explain these things! The reason I’m not finishing the project in AppGyver is because it needs to have some pretty complex backend stuff in it and reliable security protocols. I just started to experiment with AppGyver on the prototype cause it was easy and I have no prior experience in any app coding. I got to the point where I the prototype is pretty advanced and the user interface looks awesome and the architecture is good. Now the software development company I’m planning to work with on this project uses Flutter among others and the pricetag for developing similar project is huge. Thats the reason I’m figuring out if there is any possibility to use my prototype as a base to get the price lower. But i guess as you said it’s not an easy switch.

Correct and it is very understandable from your point of view that the company, despite not developing with AppGyver, cannot obtain 100% of the source code in React Native because it is the programming language of AppGyver and Sap. This makes it more difficult for the developer to help you continue in React Native as the title says, and even less with the other option of Flutter (Dart) due to it being a different type of coding. I think the option is to start from scratch, whether with React Native or Flutter Native with a developer. The developer will tell you which of the two is more viable for your project and don’t forget to always ask for the source code to have it as a backup in the future and to be able to understand how it is built from Visual Studio Code, Android Studio, etc.