We offer technical support to help you with problems related to the Appery.io platform, including:
- App Builder.
- Push Notifications.
- Server Code.
- Any code generated by the Appery.io platform.
- Library/framework questions on jQuery Mobile, Ionic, Bootstrap, Angular and Cordova.
- For example: a question on how to create a jQuery query to find a particular element on a page.
- Helping or debugging your custom app code or logic.
- Helping or debugging code you wrote in the Source view.
- 3rd party REST services.
- 3rd party Apache Cordova/PhoneGap plugins.
- Submitting the app to the app stores.
- Why the app wasn’t approved by the Apple App Store, Google Play Market.
- Restoring any backup data, such as a deleted Server Code script, a database collection, etc.
However, in most cases, we will offer you some direction or provide links to 3rd party resources or examples.
We provide two support channels:
Forum – this is for anyone to ask questions. We cannot guarantee a response to every question or response time. It’s the best effort support. This means we will try to answer as many questions as we can and as fast as we can.
Email support for paid plans from inside the App Builder. Menu button (upper right corner) > Priority support.
We encourage everyone to use the forum since it creates a nice community discussion. If we or someone else from the community answers your question, someone else who has the same question will be able to get an answer quickly. We encourage everyone in the community to help each other via answer their questions via the forum.
- Our support team is generally available 24/7. We have less staffing at weekends and holidays.
- Unless you have a Paid support option, standard support doesn’t come with a response time guarantee.
- Pro and Team plan users get priority support and should use the support form inside the app builder (Menu button > Priority support). In general, you should expect a reply within 8 hours (during the week).
- Basic plan users please use our forum. It’s extremely rare for us not to reply to a question (it just might take a little bit more time).
Updated 2 months ago