trying to better understand how I can use Pinegrow. This question should be relatively straight forward.
If I am trying to build a web application, or dynamic site like an Airbnb clone…or any of these functional templates. as an end product example.
[NOTE: I know PG is not able to create full applications like Bubble can. That’s not my question]
So, if I wanted to build something like that… I’m imagining, that I can build out the front end html pages to my liking in PG, then take those exports elsewhere and have them coded up to function like the app templates shown above.
This is a bit more functional than just the Pinegrow static content CMS feature. I’m thinking about being able to get started on Web Applications like SAAS, Weather apps, to-do app, etc. Things with dynamic or user provided content that is private to their account.
Now… is this kind of scenario possible/normal? Can you share a glimpse into how you are using PG in your workflow for building more than just broadcast (one-direction) content sites? I’m just trying to wrap my head around what that kind of workflow looks like. Or whether I should just try to do everything in the tool that provides backend functionality (e.g. Bubble)…and compromise on the design requirements.
Another proxy reference to this idea is how webflow users can connect their page to an Airtable or Integromat to give it functionality powers. Maybe this is the concept behind making a Wordpress theme export from a PG design?
(in case you havent figured out already…I’m not a dev… so while I understand the concept of front end-and back-end… I’m a bit foggy into how the pieces come together to make a functional web app. so feel free to use the “tell me like I’m 5” approach in explaining things)
hope that makes sense…to someone.