A vital feature that gives users full freedom to leave the platform without any loss of work. Also, makes DrapCode user-oriented. Moreover, it paves the way for users' growth without any boundaries and obligations.
Particulars of Exported File
Well, in DrapCode you get to export everything:
Backend CodeDownload the complete source code of your web application’s backend along with the frontend code. Also, remember, the backend code gets exported in the Node.js and Express framework format.
Complete DatabaseThe exported file of source code contains the complete data stored in your web application in the form of MongoDB dump. Also, you can easily restore it in your database.
Exported Source Code - Language
Source code of a web app in DrapCode gets exported in the languages listed below. Also, the exported code is editable. So, make changes in it as you want before deploying it somewhere.
Deployment of the Exported Code
Our team ensures that you don’t feel restricted in terms of deployment after exporting your application’s source code from DrapCode. Therefore, you can easily deploy your web app's source code on any private or public cloud of your choice.
It means transferring the source code of your web application from the platform that built it.
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.
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.
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