Web App Publishing
Today, as you’re working on a web app in Adalo, your changes go live immediately. We know this isn’t a good workflow and we’re going to make it better! You need an environment to create, experiment, and make changes to your web app that’s entirely separate from the version that’s live for your users. We’re going to build a new publishing flow that will enable you to do this.
Responsive Layout Constraints
To build apps that look good on both desktop and mobile, you need much more control over how components adapt based on the user’s screen size. Now, responsive design is an enormous topic that covers so many different things. We don’t want to disappear for a year as we rebuild our layout engine from scratch. Instead, we want to start making incremental improvements here that give you increased flexibility and power over time while making sure Adalo keeps the simple and friendly UX that has made us successful in a sea of hard-to-use no-code tools. The first step on this path is layout constraints. With constraints, you’ll have greater control over how each component in your app is positioned and how it grows or shrinks based on the width of the screen.
Map - pin the searched location and ability to toggle pin to show or not
Add an option with the map component to show location input location on map with the ability to toggle on or off. This is different than the option to show current location. Use Case: I'm using a collection of places to pin on a map. I use location input to allow user to input an address and then see locations around it. However, it doesn't pin the searched location from the location input but does center the map around it a little. It should pin the searched location and the user should have the ability to toggle that to show or not.
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Choose server location (US, EU, Asia...)
Have the ability to choose the hosting of the database and the application to, on the one hand, improve response times outside the US and, on the other hand, be compliant with local regulations such as GDPR.
Easily See Your Design on Different Screen Sizes
If you’re designing an app that works on multiple devices, you’ll need to see how your layout looks on small, medium, and large screens. Also, what you see in the Editor should better reflect how the layout will respond in the actual app. We’re going to make it easy to jump to different device widths in the Editor and in Preview, and improve the accuracy of the Editor’s layout engine so you don’t have to jump to Preview as often.