As a company that builds custom database systems for our clients this does present a difficulty.
There are clients that want us to build systems in our own environment and then deliver them a final product. Or the client is using the system and they are unwilling to have anyone work on a live system (which is generally the right thing to do).
Or perhaps someone builds a Honeycode app that they would like to resell. It's a common use case. Or they create updates to systems they've built and sold and need to update their client's instance while keeping all client data.
In these scenarios how would a developer be able to develop in Honeycode?
Thanks for listening.
P.S. I recognize Honeycode is very new. In my experience each and every change or improvement in Honeycode will generate lots of new suggestions and requests. It's the nature of the beast.
The good news is you have a product that customers want to use!