The reason I moved to Wappler was I intended to build a SaaS product with potentially hundreds of clients signing up and renting their own version of the app on their own subdomain. The nature of the app has an owner having hundreds if not thousands of people using his subdomain app. So if successful, my idea would involve hundreds of users and tens of thousands of their own users (employees). I began to have serious concerns whether Bubble would be able to handle all that data and number of users in one app.
I returned to Bubble after I made the decision that instead of creating a SaaS model, I would simply sell versions of the same app (to own). So basically users have their own Bubble account and buy a version of the app from me. Once I made this decision, the amount of progress I have made on Bubble in designing this app has been tremendous.
I was of course also very concerned however with this latest price change announcement, so I am hoping that the number of database lines limitation is never brought up again by Bubble.