Code Export

A vital feature that makes DrapCode user-oriented by giving freedom of leaving the platform without any loss of work. It paves the way for users' growth without any boundaries and obligations.
Code Export

Export entire app from no code to code

Build your web applications using the drag-and-drop interface without coding & then acquire the code of your no-code app through code export to edit and deploy it as you want.

Source Code

In case you don't know, the source code is a collection of code created by the programmers while designing visual or graphical programming tools with a drag and drop interface.

Code Export

Code export is a medium to export or download the source code of an application or database from the platform on which it has been created.


Once you have exported the source code of your web application from our no-code platform, it fully belongs to you. Edit & deploy it anywhere you want without any attribution to us.

Benefits of Exporting Code


The option to export the full source code from the platform gives developers a sense of authority as security over the code and the final product. Therefore, authority over the code is one of the benefits of code export.


Control is something very important to create a product or an application. The freedom of exporting code and leaving the platform ultimately gives users full control over the code and their product.


In case you end up not liking our no-code platform, then with the option of code export you can freely leave the platform when you want along with all the work you have done so far in the form of code.


The basic idea behind the code export feature in a no code platform is to support the growth of users and their product no matter what. It allows them to grow in whatever direction they want.

Particulars of Exported File

Well, in DrapCode you get to export everything:
  • Frontend Code
    Download the full source code of your web app’s frontend in HTML, CSS & Javascript format, which can be wrapped in any front end framework such as React, Angular, Vue, etc.
  • Backend Code
    Along with the frontend you also get to download the complete source code of your web application’s backend, which gets exported in the Node.js as well as Express framework format.
  • Complete Database
    The exported file of source code contains the complete data stored in your web application in the form of MongoDB dump, which you can easily restore in your database.

Exported Source Code - Language

The source code in DrapCode gets exported in the languages used to create the no-code tools and components, which are listed below. Also, the exported code can easily be edited in case you want to make any changes in it before deploying it somewhere.

Exported Code - Example

Deployment of the Exported Code

Our team has ensured that you don’t feel restricted in terms of deployment after exporting your web application’s source code from DrapCode. Therefore, you can easily deploy the source code of a web app on any private or public cloud of your choice.


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It means transferring the source code of your web application from the platform it was built on. It gives you freedom to leave the app building platform whenever you want with all the work you have done so far.

No, exporting source code in DrapCode is not free. You have to pay a one-time fee to export the source code of your web app on DrapCode. However, the fee varies from plan to plan, so please check our pricing plans for more details.

Yes, you can whenever you want.

Yes, you can always export the database of your web app. If you want the code, then only the complete code is being exported as partial code will be of no use for anyone.

Yes, you can do whatever changes you want to do in the exported code in any code editor. Please note that once you have exported the code, you cannot import it back to the DrapCode builder and then make the changes. However, you can make the required changes in your previously created no code app in DrapCode and then export the code again.

Yes, in most of the case it will work seamlessly. Until or unless there are some specific restrictions on the new server which you are using.

You, everything will keep working as it is.

No, you don’t have to provide any attribution to DrapCode or maintain your DrapCode plan after exporting the code.

Collections actually form the database of your no code web application on DrapCode. And as DrapCode allows you to export the database of your web app, it automatically allows you to export all collection data as well.

The exported code contains the Backend layer built on Node.js - Express Framework, Frontend is in Javascript/HTML/CSS and the database in MongoDB. We also have plan to support Java - Spring Boot and Python - Django code export feature in our roadmap.

Unfortunately it is too much for us to do, but we have partners available who can help you migrate your app on the servers of your choice. Please reach out to our support for more details.

The source code exported in the DrapCode builder is as below: #. Backend Code (NodeJS) #. Frontend Code (HTML, CSS & Javascript) #. Database : MongoDB We are also adding the support of multiple languages code export option, but that is under development. This is how the exported code looks like: Exported Code Example

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