Does Appgyver enable us to create apps that are SEO friendly, with adequate h1, h2… heading tags for SEO?
Does anyone have any clue about SEO capabilities of an app built on Appgyver?
This is an important aspect of any app development nowadays, I am surprised this topic has not been discussed before and no one seems to be picking it up…
Sorry for the long response time! This is not something we’ve paid attention to yet, but you can create a new feature request to https://tracker.appgyver.com with a rundown of what exactly you’d like to see supported.
It is also a concern to me. One way around it @Fred_Kuzyk is to only build the app here and make a static page somewhere else that can be optimized and have a button/link on that page that sends the user to your app.
It’s a great tool for building, but lacks many of the basic components I didn’t even think to check before building.
I’ve even generated a site map, but the pages can’t be indexed, page urls (ids or slugs) are not editable.
SEO is dead with this tool.