This afternoon at WordCamp Europe 2014, Matt Mullenweg again highlighted the progression of WordPress from a blogging platform, through CMS, to an App Engine and in the future he said, who knows what it might become. This my thought-experiment attempt at answering Matt’s rhetorical question. WordPress has constantly lowered barriers. First, as a blogging […]
Gravity Forms API Tutorial: Approval Workflow
In this second tutorial to the Gravity Forms API, I delve a little deeper by using the Gravity Forms Feed Add-On Framework to demonstrate how Gravity Forms and WordPress can be extended further to build a fairly sophisticated workflow application.
Gravity Forms API – An Introductory Tutorial
Gravity Forms is evolving. Since the release of version 1.0 in August 2009 it quickly became the leading commercial form-building plugin for WordPress. Now, according to analysis by Datanyze, it’s being used on more sites in the Alexa top 1M than all the other form-builder tools in its list put together. Comparisons like these, of course, can […]
WordPress has dominated content management – what next?
WordPress is rapidly emerging as a de facto standard in Web content management. So what can we expect down the road, and what will it mean for online-tech decision makers?
Capturing the Scope of the Project
Requirements are the lifeblood of any project. Communication with team members and the customer is key, and must be well thought out, well planned out, and – especially for larger projects – well documented. But good, detailed, and complete requirements are just as important – if not more so – because the amount of re-work […]
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