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Design Studio features
|Frontend, backend and API builder|
|Version control your app|
|Custom URL in Dittofi hosting|
|Remove Dittofi watermark|
|Release cycle management|
|Auto generated code docs|
|Limited code exports|
|Unlimited code exports|
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Can I trial dittofi before paying?
Sure! We offer a 14 day free trial where you can experiment with one workspace & as many apps as you like. You can’t download or publish your code or launch your app on the free trial. That said… you can purchase an all you can eat code plan, if you want to download lots of code or, a developer seat to build & launch your app into the dittofi cloud.
What is a workspace?
A workspace is where you can build your apps. We allow you to build as many apps as you like within a workspace. But each pricing plan that you purchase is linked to a single workspace. So if you want to increase the number of workspaces, this will cost you extra. We suggest that you have a dedicated workspace for different groups of dittofi users. For example, one company workspace & your own personal workspace for private projects.
Can I import my existing app into dittofi?
It depends on your technology stack. We have written converters that turn HTML / CSS directly into our React / Redux frameworks. This means you can take existing web apps or nicely designed HTML / CSS & import the frontends design directly into dittofi. But then you will still need to rebuild your platform backend.
What languages does the code generate in?
Our generators turn your backend into golang & your frontend into a combination of React / Redux, HTML5 & CSS. We also have some big data processing engines written in C / C++ that you can purchase off the shelf.
Why do you build our backend in golang?
Golang is a great language, because it is the perfect trade off between ease of use & power. Languages like C / C++ are slightly more powerful, but they are much harder to use & it is difficult to find really good C / C++ developers. We therefore use golang for the bulk of the generated code & leave more complex code for specialist tasks, like big data processing.
Can I plug my dittofi app into third party APIs?
Yes! dittofi has a web services tool that allows you to plug into any third party API over HTTP / HTTPS. We have templates for more commonly used APIs. The configurations for these APIs can be purchased directly out of the box.
How much does the code cost?
On the all you can eat package, you can download or publish to Github as much code as you want, for the monthly all you can eat subscription price. If you choose to take the developer seat path, the dittofi system will generate a custom price for your code based on how much code & the complexity of the code that you have generated. This final price is optional.
Can I host my web app anywhere else?
On the all you can eat code package or after you purchase your code, you are able to take the code & host it anywhere. The code we generate runs cross platform, typically hosted on either Windows or Linux & can be run in AWS, Google Cloud, physical machines or anywhere else where you have a server setup.
How secure is the dittofi cloud?
We host our solutions inside Amazon Web Services. We containerize every application that you build, either in test or in production. We use docker to help ensure that all environments are secured. In addition, all data can be configured to be securely transferred over the network using SSL & all data is encrypted on disk.
Can I cancel my subscription at any time?
Yes. You can cancel your subscription. We will hold your account active for 2 months after you’ve cancelled your subscription, in case you want to come back & continue your work. After this, we will delete your account entirely.
How quickly can I learn dittofi?
If you are a complete beginner to app development tutorials, videos & in app support should be enough to get you started quickly.