AppPresser 101: Adding WordPress content to your app

AppPresser 101: Adding WordPress content to your app

We’ve all heard it before, “WordPress is the easiest content management system around.” And if you’ve been using WordPress for a while, you’ve probably said that exact same thing to somebody else.…

How to Translate your AppPresser 3 app

How to Translate your AppPresser 3 app

AppPresser 3 offers full translation and RTL (right to left) support. You can translate all of the text in your app, as well as posts and pages in WordPress using the WPML…

Customizing the Look of Your AppPresser App

Customizing the Look of Your AppPresser App

Interested in customizing the look of your AppPresser app? You’re in the right place. Changing Colors In AppPresser 3 we introduced a brand new interface for building your app called MyAppPresser. One…

Advanced Webinar, Code Snippets, and more

Advanced Webinar, Code Snippets, and more

Yesterday we had a webinar about advanced features and coding in AppPresser 3, and we covered lots of great customization tips. The webinar recording is below, along with some code snippets and…

AppPresser 3 Feature Spotlight: API Driven List Pages

AppPresser 3 Feature Spotlight: API Driven List Pages

API Driven List Pages are a powerful new feature in AppPresser 3 that uses the WP-API to pull in content from your WordPress site. The end result is super fast WordPress posts…

Building Your App with AppPresser 3 and PhoneGap Build

Building Your App with AppPresser 3 and PhoneGap Build

As you’re building an app, one of the most important parts of the process is testing the app to see how it looks and how it behaves. In AppPresser 3, we’ve made…

Dive Into AppPresser 3

Dive Into AppPresser 3

If you’re already familiar with how AppPresser 2 works, or if you’re brand new to AppPresser, this post is going to show you how easy it is to get up and running…

3 Things to Do After You Publish Your App

3 Things to Do After You Publish Your App

You’ve put in a lot of hard work to make a great app, and published it on the app stores. Hooray! Now what? After you launch, it’s time to get people to…

Connect Your Ionic 2+ App to WordPress Using the WP-API

Connect Your Ionic 2+ App to WordPress Using the WP-API

*Updated for Ionic 3.2.1 on 5/17/17 In this tutorial, we will walk you through the process of creating an Ionic 2 app that pulls in WordPress posts and other content using the WP-API.…

Using a child theme to customize your app

Using a child theme to customize your app

When building a WordPress website, using a child theme to customize your site’s look and functionality is considered a best practice. It should come as no surprise that you should use a child…