AppPresser: A foundation for using WordPress to make mobile apps

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Written By Brian Krogsgard

4 thoughts on “AppPresser: A foundation for using WordPress to make mobile apps”

  1. Exciting project! I’m one of those that likes the idea of building mobile apps but I don’t have the time or inclination to master objective c and even tools like provided by sencha and so forth feel like going into the deep end. Also, having WordPress as a back-end is an intriguing alternative to using any of the big players, i.e. with the potential to keep all the data under your own control.

    It will be interesting to see how this project manages online/offline modes…

  2. Ambitious project! But I would agree with the article author – most of websites owners do not need to build an app for a simple reason – their visitors do not want to use them. The rest should build perfect native mobile apps which is impossible to do using frameworks, etc.

  3. Yes! WordPress as an application platform just got stronger.

    Integrating WordPress with device specific functionality will not only open new doors for developers with application ideas, it also reduces the cost of entry. “Sell through the App Stores” and work with what you know… WordPress. Brilliant!

    “WordPress as an application platform” is the story here, not “turn my website into an app.”

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