🔌 Zeroqode Templates: boost the Development of your Bubble App
🎓 Zeroqode Lab: no-code Courses and Tutorials
Embedding your existing Bubble app into mobile applications is a super easy process with our new Air Native service.
All you need is to indicate your app URL and add your own images like splash screen, icons, etc., and we'll handle the rest.
What you'll get from us are ready-made builds for Android and iOS apps, ready to be published to Google Play and App Store.
Before converting your Bubble app to native apps, you need to have the following accounts:
The Apple and Google Developer accounts are necessary for publishing the native apps to App Store and Google Play, under your own name.
The OneSignal and Firebase accounts optional, but necessary for Push Notifications configurations, in case your app requires such functionality. You will be able to monitor all the data and manage all configurations under your own accounts.
The whole process is pretty straight-forward. You just order your builds (and publishing if needed), then submit the app details from your Zeroqode Profile -> Air Native tab, and we'll notify you back within 24 hours* when builds are ready to be published.
The first step is to purchase your native builds.
1⃣ Go to zeroqode.com/native, and scroll down to locate the pricing section:
2⃣ Select the App Store & Google Play Publishing checkbox if needed, and click to Order builds now:
After purchase, it is required to fill in some app information.
1⃣ You will be redirected to your zeroqode.com/profile -> Air Native tab to submit your app details:
2⃣ Fill in all the app details (choose the preferred configurations), then submit:
So, you have successfully converted your Bubble app to Android and iOS - what's next? 🤔
Since you are using Bubble to build your startup, when it comes to adding all kinds of features to your app - it is required to use events and actions in your workflows.
Which is why we have built the Air Native Plugin, that comes with all the 📱 native features you can implement into your Bubble editor.
There are many ways to plan the architecture of your Bubble app. It is really a matter of choice how to design and build the logic.
1. Your Bubble app should be a Single Page Application. Try to use just one page for your entire app (if possible), and use the show/hide actions.
2. The "page redirects" should happen through custom states and/or option sets.
4. Hide all the unnecessary elements on your page, even if they are not seen!
5. Think over loading from the database in advance. Filter the unnecessary.
6. Design your Bubble app with native principles in your mind. It will help a lot at the publishing stage (especially for App Store, because the guys from Apple Review Team are quite picky and may reject your app).
Some great mobile UX design resources:
⚙ released on 2 Aug 2021