Offline Solutions

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Has anyone found a good solution for working in QB offline? We are utilizing QB as a mobile form solution to inspect facilities. Users may be in parts of the building with no connection, such as the basement. Has anyone found a way to continue working within QB when entering an area with no connection? I would like to use QuickBase for this and not a third-party form builder. 

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You definitely want to contact ViziApps for mobile solutions in an offline environment.   Their tool works with QuickBase to give you precise mobile-interaction for those users in a mobile environment without the need for live connectivity.
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QuickBase is inherently web based and hence no web connection = no QuickBase.  i know that you said no third party "form builder", but Vizi-Apps would seem to be the name brand for QuickBase off line use.  Their marquis success story is for HUD, the disaster government agency which goes into areas with no power and no internet and still have apps running, which they sync back up again when they sniff out the internet.

But my best suggestion here is to wire your basement with WiFi so that you have connectivity.
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I'll check out Vizi-Apps. Thanks Mark!
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Has anyone ever worked with Grapevine?

Is this still an active solution?
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One of the most popular uses of Service Workers is to provide offline first capabilities:

So in theory there are APIs to do this but I think it would be a bit of work to get  just one table to work offilne as there you have no control over QuickBase's servers and everything would have to be implemented client side. I would look for a third party service that does work offline and has an API to sync with QuickBase when the third party serve receives new data (when online is established)..