Oreops is not open-source.
But the apps you develop using OreOPS can be made open-source as per your wish.
Once a file is checked-out by a ‘Contributor’, only he will have provision to write to it. It remains restricted to ‘Read’ to the remaining users. When the same file is checked-in, any ‘Contributor’ could check-out and write to it. Every modification made to the file by each ‘Contributor’ is recorded and stored as a separate version.
Yes, through Data Connector. It allows you to connect your database server to retrieve and perform appropriate operations on your data.
OreOps currently allows you to connect to
- Google Sheets
You can also retrieve data using APIs.
The minimum requirement to run your application on
- Android – v5 & above
- iOS – v9 & above