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Currently Node (and therefore tools based on it) cannot be used directly in Devello Studio, but NodeJS related technologies are among our top priorities due to their high importance. After implementing Node, automated build tools, package manager and all other cool stuff would be also available for your use.
All sensitive information (including user profile data and project files) are encrypted before storing in database. Also routine checks are performed occaisionally to avoid any suspicious activity. Users trying to violate other's right will be banned immediately.
As shortly answered on the first page, registering is not necessary for taking advantage of Devello Studio, but it is highly recommended to login, as it will make the environment customized for you. Without login you cannot have private projects. You can login either using your Google or GitHub account or even register directly at Devello Studio. If you login using your GitHub account, you would be able to have your repos easily imported here and also commit them back again to GitHub.
If your project is public, then anyone can view and even edit it. Public projects may be a good option for open source products or when you are going to test/showcase a feature. On the other hand, private projects enable you to explicitly set audience of the project. In next release of Devello Studio you'll be able to invite other (registered) users to view and/or edit your project (or even just some files). You can set a project as public or private upon creation, of course this option can always be toggled via project settings later.
Yes of course, if you are working in an office and want to have your own private development platform, you can install a local version of Devello Studio, so that your contents and data are stored on your in-house storage system rather than over internet. Your system needs to support IIS and provide .NET framework 4.5 and SQL Server to have Devello Studio installed. For further details contact us at
The project history dialog provides you with all necessary information about project life cycle, and shows milestones of the project with a graphical timeline. On the other hand, you can always find detailed information about each file by looking at its properties, accessible from right side navigation bar.
You can opt-out of Devello Studio whenever you like. You can delete your project (or some files) or even your user account permanently, so that they are not available anymore. We won't keep any backup of your information in any form after you delete your account or files. We respect your privacy.
Theoretically HTML5 support is the most important feature required, so as long as your preferred web browser supports it, you can feel free to use it. But due to subtle differences in CSS rendering and JavaScript interpretations, we suggest Chrome and Firefox.
Devello Studio allows you to add as many files as you want to your project, there is no limit in number of files. Your project can be as simple as a "Hello World" HTML page or as heavy as an automation or CRM system.
Of course. As already mentioned in about page, you can consider Devello Studio as a complement for your dektop tools. And we fully support you in the import/export process from/to your desktop tool(s).
We've tried to make the console pane as powerful as possible, and it support basic functionalities such as displaying error messages, logs, warnings and even allows you to type your variables and instantly get their values, but it cannot fully replace browser console yet, as you still have to use browser console when working with complex objects.
As stated on GitHub login page, you just give us read-only access to your public information (which includes public user profile info, public repository info, and gits), but if you want to commit your project to GitHub, you should later grant additional access which includes "repo" scope. Keep In mind that you can always revoke Devello Studio access to your account via GitHub settings.


Detailed information about features, processes and project life cycle, from the point they are created (or imported) to when they are released via FTP or committed to GitHub can be found in documentations.

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