OMG Appgyver app functions way better as a web app converted to a Cordova native app!

I mean it guys! I have been wondering about this for a while and finally put in the work and tested it! I followed this tutorial to convert a next.js app to a Cordova native iOS and Android app, added in app payments, Facebook audience network sdk, admob, revenue cat, a video editing sdk with a native video player, and native app links, and everything functions so much better! I mean it the UI responds faster than it does in appgyvee native build, there is no crashing ever, data loads faster, and it creates an awesome app that can accept in app payments and integrate any native sdk!

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Nice and thanks for sharing this good news but it would be much more interesting if you shared the few key steps. And which tutorial are you talking about?

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Oh I was so excited I forgot to paste the link. Give me a moment I will find it. I was just excited and wanted to let you all know this can be done and how well it actually works. Cordova is powerful💯

so here is the one I started with

Once you get into the specifics it will lead you to Cordova docs for adding plugins and sdks

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Thanks! So roughly we need to download our AppGyver web app sdk and then work on it with this guide?

I have done some small tests with an app that I am developing and the results are very satisfactory. What you mention is correct, it is faster and can be easily integrated. I have tested the app on Huawei’s AppGallery for review and the code has adapted without problems. Thank you very much for your optimization ideas. One thing I have noticed is that with “Cordova”, the app is lighter when compiled. Later I will inform you through this same medium how it went for me with a large-scale app for my own purposes and I will share my experiences and guides in case someone is interested.

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Looking forward to it as I am 90% done with a mobile app for iOS and Android. (if I figure out my premission denied bug on a public page)

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That’s why I started looking at this because I deaompiled native build and trust me appgyver specifically removed things they want you to have to pay for. Appgyver apps can even request notification permissions in iOS.

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