Introduction In this tutorial, I will explain you step by step how to create a mobile application (iOS and Android) of your WordPress website using the latest technologies. We’ll be using Ionic Framework, ECMAScript 6, npm, webpack, and Apache Cordova. At the end of this tutorial you will get the following application. It has only three modules, a Home module that displays your latest
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Sunitha Muthukrishna comes by Azure Friday to show Scott how to do sophisticated staged WordPress Deployments on the Azure Cloud.
This article explains how you can link your existing MySQL database to a Azure virtual machine and configure in wordpress. Once your database and wordpress website id ready you can go ahead and link your DB to wordpress and axure virtual machine. If you need to back up and restore your clear dbMySQL database in a virtual machine in Azure, I suggest you to read Back Up your ClearDB and restore in Azure. If you are new to azure virtual machine, I strongly recommend you to read here: Create Virtual Machine In Azure. You can also find how to install MySQL in Azure Virtual Machine here Install MySQL in Azure . I hope you will like this.
Ever tried to build metaboxes in WordPress? It’s a mess, not only for beginners but even for advanced WordPress developers. Luckily for the WordPress community, the community itself can come up with elegant solutions for these kinds of messy problems. CMB2 is one of them.
In this part of the “Toolbox of the Smart WordPress Developer” series, we’re going to go through CMB2, an extensive library for developing custom metaboxes and forms in WordPress.
In a previous article we saw how to easily work with categories in WordPress. We covered how we can sort our posts into different categories, which can then be edited or deleted.
Having covered the basics, it’s now time to have a look at something that will be of more interest to developers: the Categories API, and how to retrieve and display category data.
Like the Links Manager API, the Categories API is a big topic, even bigger in terms of the number of functions available. In this article, we’ll be covering one function that is useful when we want to list our categories.
Writing to local files is one of the functionalities many plugins and themes need for various purposes. Security is the most important issue plugins and themes have to take care of while writing to local file systems. WordPress runs across various hosting services and configurations, therefore it becomes difficult for developers to create plugins and themes which access local file systems to work across all different kinds of environments without compromising security.
In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to use the WordPress Filesystem API to access local file systems which takes care of proper file permissions. In the process, we’ll create a plugin which displays a form with a textarea in an admin page that saves the content of the textarea to a file.