Today, I will introduce you to a cool oxygen builder tool that you must have to make your development faster... faster.. and faster... and left the Elementor, Divi, and Beaver far behind
What is nimbufy?
Nimbufy 2 for Oxygen is a Chrome extension. It is not a WordPress plugin.
Nimbufy lets you reverse engineer HTML on any webpage into an editable format of Oxygen builder for WordPress. It can convert any webpage into an Oxygen builder for WordPress. Convert elementor, divi, any page builder, or static websites to Oxygen. The CSS gets auto optimized during the import.
seems cool right? 😎
Lets watch nimbufy in action 🎥
Too good to be true?
Here is an attempt to clear your doubts, until you see it in action yourself.
Really? Does it convert HTML to *whatever oxygen use*? Yes. That is exactly what it does. It gets you any HTML layout along with complete styling, into Oxygen Builder. Where you can edit it or customize it the way you like.
What does it cost? The Nimbufy plugin itself is free to install. This plugin acts as a client to connect to the Nimbufy service in a secure way. The service is used to convert the HTML data into oxygen format. You pay a very nominal price only for the data that you convert.
How are the charges calculated for the Nimbufy usage? Whenever you issue a request for converting any layout to Oxygen, 1/15th the size of data to be processed in Kilobytes that the Nimbufy server receives is deducted from your account. The data estimate button on the Nimbufy popup provides you an accurate measurement of the expected credits to be used for a particular request
Will I be charged for the size of the Images, in a given layout? No, the images are never a part of the Oxygen Data. It contains only the links to the images involved, but direct images are not downloaded. So, you will never be charged for the size of the linked images.
How many credits would be consumed to convert one page into Oxygen Builder, using Nimbufy? A regular web page can take anywhere between 200 Kbs to 2000 Kbs (basic to very complicated pages) if solely built using Nimbufy. The additional benefit comes from the fact that you need to convert a block only once, and then you can save it as a reusable or in the block library in order to use it later. Please watch videos posted on the Nimbufy Facebook Page to have a better idea of how many KBs usually such requests cost.