@marcusandrews We’re here to help amigo . I think what you were trying to ask was whether we had considered the following question, which is a good one:
“how will we account for app store submissions when some have been rejected in the past for deploying wrapped webviews below Apple’s standards”?
It is true that apps have been rejected for simply wrapping a website and attempting to deploy in Apple’s App Store (and Google’s, but Apple is notably more strict). App store guidelines are set up to restrict low quality apps; and a human is ultimately the one who approves or rejects an app submission relative to their interpretation of a quality native experience.
Specifically, the official Apple guidelines state:
“Your app should include features, content, and UI that elevate it beyond a repackaged website. If your app is not particularly useful, unique, or ‘app-like,’ it doesn’t belong on the App Store.”
As long as your are building a quality App experience (not a simple website) and are accessing native features (which noCodeJS facilitates), you shouldn’t have issues with App Store approval. Again, the ultimate decision is Apple’s but we have no current indication that apps taking our suggested approach are less likely to be approved. This is the same approach taken by other enterprise-focused low-code platforms, as well as many large companies.
Also, if you don’t have any explicit need for native features or to be in the App Store, a PWA may be a better route for your mobile experience, which we also support with our native-feel components (and manifest, service worker, etc.)
Hope that helps alleviate your concerns. If you have further questions, please feel free to send us a message in your Hyperbuild portal. Look forward to seeing what you create!