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Freelancer Bundle with Our Most Popular PWA Themes

Freelancer Bundle with Our Most Popular PWA Themes

We have created a Freelancer Bundle with our most popular Progressive Web Apps. This bundle includes 5 app themes and 3 license keys that can be used on any domain name.

Here are the PWA themes included in the new bundle:

All these PWAs are build with AngularJS and the Ionic Framework (1.x). If you would like to take a “behind the scenes” look at a JavaScript / CSS source, you can check the Obliq v2.0 PWA on Github.

The apps connect to the WordPress Mobile Pack PRO plugin’s API to retrieve content, such as posts, categories and pages. Inside the plugin you will find the bundled applications, meaning the production ready JavaScript & CSS code (already merged and minified).

If you would like to modify the Angular JS source code, you can use the Obliq PWA as a starter kit or purchase the code for any of the apps listed above.

Co-founder and CTO at Appticles.com. Likes to get involved in various activities to help women get into programming/coding, but also found their own businesses.
New Release Available: WordPress Mobile Pack PRO 1.1

New Release Available: WordPress Mobile Pack PRO 1.1

We are updating the WordPress Mobile Pack PRO plugin to version 1.1 and here is an overview of the latest changes:

  • We have modified the way pages & sub-pages ordering is handled on the mobile version (see ‘Content‘ tab). The plugin will use the same order that you have set for your desktop pages, only now you’ll need to edit it from the ‘Pages’ administrative panel.
  • The Mosaic and Obliq themes now include support for sub-menus.
  • We have added the option to disable or enable the “Visit website” link from the mobile web application (see ‘Settings‘ tab).
  • You can now choose the number of posts to be displayed per card (see ‘Settings‘ tab). This option is available for the Base, Mosaic, Obliq and Folio themes.

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Will the upcoming REST API forever change the way we use WordPress?

Will the upcoming REST API forever change the way we use WordPress?

Starting September 21st, a new merge proposal for a REST JSON API was opened on WordPress.org. At the moment, the REST API is developed as a separate plugin, but the implications of integrating it directly in the WordPress core could be huge.

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Tech-Biz in between guy. CEO at WPMobilePack.com. Organizer at BucharestJS & JSHacks. Passionate about entrepreneurship. Love to play 🎾, squash and 🏓.