WordPress Hybrid Client: v1.7.x now with native transitions

I am happy to announce the release of WPHC 1.7.x, this release adds native transitions by default to WPHC.

Under the hood WPHC uses https://github.com/shprink/ionic-native-transitions another plugin that I created to simplify native transitions usage on Ionic applications.

You can change the default options or disable native transitions using the configuration:

"cordova": {
    "nativeTransitions": {
        "enabled": true,
        "options": {
            "duration": 400,
            "slowdownfactor": 4,
            "iosdelay": 60,
            "androiddelay": 280,
            "winphonedelay": 200,
            "fixedPixelsTop": 0,
            "fixedPixelsBottom": 0
        }
    }
}

WordPress Hybrid Client (WPHC) is an Open Source project available on GitHub.

You can refer to the online documentation to properly build your applications. A Computer science background is required but the explanations should be clear enough.

1.7.0 ChangeLog

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WordPress Hybrid Client: v1.6.x now supports iOS9

I am happy to announce the release of WPHC 1.6.x, this release supports iOS9, upgrade node and npm requirement and fixes some bugs.

As usual this release as been tested on OSX and Linux (Ubuntu) via docker https://github.com/shprink/wphc-dockerbox

You can refer to the online documentation to properly build your applications. A Computer science background is required but the explanations should be clear enough.

WordPress Hybrid Client (WPHC) is an Open Source project available on GitHub.

1.6.0 ChangeLog

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WordPress Hybrid Client featured on sitepoint.com

This article on sitepoint.com is a tutorial on how to install WPHC step by step. It will help WPHC to reach new developers and hopefully grow the community.

Link to the tutorial: http://www.sitepoint.com/wordpress-hybrid-client-wordpress-powered-ios-android-apps/

Github project: https://github.com/shprink/wordpress-hybrid-client

WordPress Hybrid Client: v1.5.x

WordPress Hybrid Client: v1.5.x

I am happy to announce the release of WPHC 1.5.x, this release adds new features (comments, multi-level menu) but also focus on making the installation easier and lighter (12 dependencies were removed).

As usual this release as been tested on OSX and Linux (Ubuntu) via docker https://github.com/shprink/wphc-dockerbox

You can refer to the online documentation to properly build your applications. A Computer science background is required but the explanations should be clear enough.

WordPress Hybrid Client (WPHC) is an Open Source project available on GitHub.

1.5.0 ChangeLog

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1.5.1 ChangeLog

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Breaking Changes

  • “cache.views” and “cache.forward” configuration (within config.json) were move to “ionicConfig.views.maxCache” and “ionicConfig.views.forwardCache” respectively

1.5.2

WordPress Hybrid Client: v1.4.0 released

WordPress Hybrid Client (WPHC) is an Open Source project available on GitHub.

You can refer to the online documentation to properly build your applications. A Computer science background is required but the explanations should be clear enough.

v1.4.0 ChangeLog

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Breaking Changes

The menu configuration is now located in menu.list within the config.json file. You will need to update it accordingly to the following changes:

  1. menu.settings changed to settings in the config.json file
  2. menu.wordpress is removed from config.json file
  3. menu.social is removed from config.json file
  4. menu.list is the new menu declaration object

WordPress Hybrid Client: v1.3.0 released

WordPress Hybrid Client (WPHC) is an Open Source project available on GitHub.

You can refer to the online documentation to properly build your applications. A Computer science background is required but the explanations should be clear enough.

v1.3.0 ChangeLog

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WordPress Hybrid Client: v1.2.0 released

WordPress Hybrid Client (WPHC) is an Open Source project available on GitHub.

With WPHC you will be able to generate iOS and Android applications in a blink of an eye. Before anything you will need to install WP-API plugin which basically will turn your Website into a REST API.

Then you can refer to the documentation to properly build your applications. A Computer science background is required but the explanations should be clear enough.

v1.2.0 ChangeLog

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WordPress Hybrid Client: v1.1.0 released

WordPress Hybrid Client (WPHC) is an Open Source project available on GitHub.

With WPHC you will be able to generate iOS and Android applications in a blink of an eye. Before anything you will need to install WP-API plugin which basically will turn your Website into a REST API.

Then you can refer to the documentation to properly build your applications. A Computer science background is required but the explanations should be clear enough.

v1.1.0 ChangeLog

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WordPress Hybrid Client: Create free iOS/Android mobile applications for WordPress

After more than 100 commits, I am happy to announce the release of my latest Open Source project WordPress Hybrid Client available on GitHub.

With WPHC you will be able to generate iOS and Android applications in a blink of an eye. Before anything you will need to install WP-API plugin which basically will turn your Website into a REST API.

Then you can refer to the documentation to properly build your applications. A Computer science background is required but the explanations should be clear enough.

I first created this project for my blog app that is now available on Android and iOS (approval still pending). Go check it out, it speaks for itself!

As it is an Open Source project, any help is welcome, I have created issues and milestones to help people get a clear understanding on where the project is heading.

If you have any questions please ask on the comments.