How to Submit a Gravity Form While Offline

I get requests to build apps with offline form submission every so often, so I thought it would be fun to build one. In this tutorial I’ll show you how to build a web page on your site that works while offline, and can submit to Gravity Forms on your website when it regains a

Cordova In App Purchases – Validating Subscriptions

I recently built a fairly complex in app purchase system for a client that uses recurring subscriptions. It allows users to purchase a recurring subscription which gives them access to membership content in the app. Recurring purchases are quite a bit more complex than one-time purchases, because you have to keep track of when the

Building a WooCommerce REST API Mobile App

Recently I updated my WP Ionic project to include WooCommerce REST API support, just for fun. It’s become a pretty cool little app, so I thought I’d share it along with some things I learned. Here’s the tl;dr: It’s fast, really fast Variable products, shipping, and payments are the pain points There are pros and

Build a Mobile App With Ionic + WordPress

Learn how to build a mobile app that integrates Ionic with WordPress. This project includes: Ionic 3.9.2, WP-API v2 integration WP-API post integration with pull to refresh and infinite scroll Simple login and membership functionality WooCommerce REST API v2 with Stripe payments More coming soon… View on Github This project is mostly for fun, and

Aim Big, Miss Big

In the movie The Patriot, there is a scene where Mel Gibson’s character is teaching a couple young boys how to shoot. He famously says “Aim small, miss small.” If you focus your aim on a small part of your target, you have a better chance of hitting it. A common mistake when making products

When Marketing is a Waste of Time

Sometimes marketing is a waste of time. I mean marketing in the traditional sense: buying ads, booth space at a conference, or creating content. This usually happens early in the product development stage, before you’ve hit product market fit. You create something, and you are eager to get users or sales, so you launch. It’s

The Process Takes Time

Art can’t be hurried. It must be allowed to take its course. It must be given its space – and can’t be rushed or checked off a to-do list on the way to something else. – The Perennial Seller There’s a process that takes place when you create, whether it’s writing, developing software, or making