Webflow Desktop / Offline Application

Create a desktop/offline version of Webflow, to be used when traveling or with bad internet connections.

  • Kyle Kilat
  • Dec 16 2016
  • Future
  • Allan Argosino commented
    2 Jun 01:17am

    Can't wait for this :)

  • Ebb Bayarsaikhan commented
    22 May 08:23am

    Webflow please have a look at the tool called Local by Flywheel. I was with Flywheel before switching to Webflow and their desktop app was brilliant for cases in which you need to build fast or when you are offline. They had staging, edit synchronization between collaborators, and the ability to save entire sites as your own template for faster development towards the next site. This would be killer if you guys could do something like that.

  • Eric Berglund commented
    21 May 08:50pm

    This would be great, but unless you're the sole person working on the site, I don't see how it would work without some kind of version control system that allows for diffing and merging changes made by users while you were offline (which would be a massive undertaking, but also incredibly useful.)

    At the very least Webflow needs to add the feature Wix has that alerts one that someone else has opened the designer while you already have it open so you're not overwriting each other's modifications.

  • PreVenture commented
    20 May 06:52pm

    Please come soon!

  • Florin Kis commented
    20 May 11:05am

    +1

  • Williams Gómez commented
    11 May 12:53am

    I need it, please

  • Martin Hinno commented
    5 May 04:54pm

    Please!

  • James Phillippe commented
    19 Apr 11:29am

    Yes please to this item on the wishlight. It would help me out a lot

  • Saarim_mw Warsi commented
    8 Apr 06:25am

    Yeah, lets do it

  • Jop Productions commented
    6 Apr 03:47am

    For me this is a must have :) would be awesome!

  • Prasad Ab commented
    2 Apr 01:47pm

    Everything you do on webflow is in “The cloud.” I think at this time there isn’t a offline webflow solution. But you can access the designer tool from any computer with an internet connection and the Chrome browser.

    I’m also an author. So if you have time, I invite you to have a look at my https://appvalley.one/ site. Have a nice day!

  • Roarke Clinton commented
    31 Mar 04:47am

    its 2020 (we are in the future)... Please bring this feature to life!!

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    30 Mar 08:20pm

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  • Chris Gerber commented
    23 Mar 03:28pm

    Please Webflow we need this! I hate if my Internetconnection is not working because of webflow. Always if I use webflow my internetconnection doesn't do well... :(

  • Christiane Grunenberg commented
    12 Mar 07:43am

    This would be great. Also it`s a question of using energy in a

    sustainable way. This is very important to the digital world!

  • James Kelly commented
    8 Dec, 2019 10:22am

    I was about to sign-up and pay for webflow but I might have to rethink that, seeing as this has been on the wish list for 3 years without any progress made...

  • James Kelly commented
    8 Dec, 2019 10:20am

    Am I seeing this correct? - This was added to the wish list, nearly 3 years ago and we still don't have offline mode???

  • Loren Gamet commented
    29 Nov, 2019 07:57pm

    Webflow is amazing, but there are a couple of chinks in the armour that prevent me from really diving in and abandoning Wordpress:

    - No offline work environment ... and no app. 

    And even when they do launch a desktop app and can work 100% offline...

    - Webflow is still a very small start-up, they've only been profitable for the last couple of years ( and have recently gotten a $72M venture capital round banked ). Comparing this to the open-source giant that is Wordpress, currently powering 34% of the web, and it just makes more sense to stay in the safer and larger Wordpress sandbox. Webflow has the better software by far, but are they going last?

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/alexkonrad/2019/08/07/webflow-went-from-near-bankruptcy-to-72-million-series-a/#53dba7ed10af

    how much of the world's websites are run on wordpress in 2019

  • FAZT Digital commented
    11 Nov, 2019 04:03pm

    Must be done NOW!

  • Carson Thetford commented
    7 Nov, 2019 08:38pm

    This could easily be a work around solution for multiple editors working on a site at once. At least they could all work on their own pages then sync up to the live site. 

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