Make some Mobile App Builder features (services) also available in Prototype Builder ?

Hi,

First of all: I love your apps, thanks for that!

I was wondering why some of the great features of the 'Mobile App Builder' are not available in the 'Prototype Builder' ? Think of features like custom javascript, using external javascript libraries and most importantly: JSON services.

I would love to have those features in the 'Prototype Builder', or just have normal web controls and layout available in 'Mobile App Builder'.

Hope it's possible in the future :)

Thanks,
Niek
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  • Thanks for the feedback... it comes down to resources and priorities. We are definitely aware of this and something we might do in the future.
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  • Hi Max,
    Thanks for your answer.
    Would it be possible maybe for me to do a private investment to get these features on the roadmap ? Which email should I use to contact and discuss about this ?
    I"m interested to invest in these features so that I can use the tooling for my own projects.

    On a related aspect: I read in the road map of the 'Mobile App Builder' that 'Insert any custom HTML code' is planned for march 2012. Maybe that is another way to go (normal web controls and layout available in 'Mobile App Builder'. I think that is less work, what do you think ? Can you explain how this will work ? Will custom HTML elements/controls be displayed in the editor/tool ? Or only in preview mode ? Or will some specific HTML controls be supported in the editor/tool ?

    Looking forward to discuss possibilities to invest in these features/functionality.
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