Reverse engineering Appgyver Web App to recreate original source code to take control of builds locally

Hey community. I have decided to dedicate the rest of my life to creating a web app that will reverse engineer an appgyver web build( or any react based web app) in order to parse all scripts and find the native alternative and dependencies, restructure the project files, and set a developer free, in order to create the original source code for localizing builds, adding new dependencies, and fixing other Appgyver shortcomings. I have set up a cloud run and cloud build container, and have started the project. If anybody would like to help, please email me at

In the meantime, if you are in a situation like me, where you invested much time into building and now cannot build your app because of build failures, you may at least recreate your app as a Cordova mobile app for Android and iOS simply by rendering your web app inside a native Cordova WebView (not from url, but from web files inside Cordova). In this way, you may also add in app payments, native video, and much more.

If anyone needs help with this, start by reading this article.

If you would like to join in the larger project to create something like Appgyver that will not keep the source code from you - something free and community - owned, please contact me and I will invite you to the Collab project.

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How is your progress on this?

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Interesting. AppGyver is generous as it is by allowing free white-label apps to be deployed. But you speak of taking it a step further by deobfuscating everything and allowing anyone to switch from AppGyver to any other native platform in order to carry on development. Did I get it right? Anyway, that’s bold.

Dedicating the “rest of your life” to achieving that goal sounds like a dramatic way of putting it, LOL.

Anyway, it would take some work, I suppose. Would it be entirely a charity thing? To live off of donations or something? By setting everyone “free” that way, how would such a thing be monetized and maintained?

I have a duplicated node red runtime up and running flawlessly.

Hello Daniel,

this idea is very interesting, how can we make this collab?