Cant find an answer to this on the forum or on the Bubble pricing page. if I push my main app into a child app, will that be an exact copy of the entire app including the editor?
Would users on a child app have access to their editor? Or am I the only one having access to the editor and users on a child app will only have access to what was built for them? I kind of expect the first…
I’m researching two scenarios for my app at the moment: Multiverse vs Universe models.
In the Multiverse model, I have my main app that is my development app and Master app. Any changes approved will be pushed to child apps that my customers own. They are on their own app, own database, separated from other apps.
In the Universe model I have one main app, dev and live as the Master app and all my customers use this app and a shared database but to them it feels like it is their own app. They can brand it the way they want and they only have access to data that belongs to their entity. Downside is that everyone is on a shared database but in our unique situation all these users can potentially need to work together. So they can actually share projects way easier than when they are all separated.
This is why I lean towards the Universe model even though from a technical pov it may be harder to sell. On the other hand, there is the app connector, but that is really a lot more work to get working and I dont even know if it will work in this scenario.
Another downsides could be that with Multiverse you can customize an app (and figure out how to keep customizations) easier for a client as opposed to when they all share one app…