Yes, an AppBuilder project
can be opened across multiple clients. I would recommend using a 3rd party version control as described here
Additionally, for the AppBuilder In-Browser
you could use the export mechanism following these steps:
1.) Open your project in AppBuilder.
2.) If you are running the AppBuilder in-browser client, open your project. In the Project Navigator, right-click the project node, select Export and save the archive to disk. If you are running the AppBuilder Windows client, in the Dashboard, select your project and click the Export button, then save the archive to disk.
3.) You'll be offered to save a ZIP archive of the project on your computer.
4.) Extract the project from the archive.
5.) Start Visual Studio.
6.) From the main menu select File->Open->Project/Solution. An Open Project dialog will be opened.
7.) From the Open Project dialog navigate to the extracted project.
8.) Select the .abproject file and click 'Open'. The project will be loaded in Visual Studio.
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