The sort order of the articles is designed to introduce you to basics and then intermediate level concepts. Before you start, make sure you downloaded, installed and activated WP App Studio plugin from wordpress.org or WordPress Plugins page. WP App Studio plugin is used to design apps(plugins) and send app designs for code generation.

Best Practices

Learning a new tool or approach to build apps may take some time and cause frustration. To introduce the basics and key success factors, we recommend you to read the best practices articles first.

FreeDev

The following articles introduce our FreeDev starter app – Margarita – which offers a great way start learning WPAS by building a contact form.

Quick Start App – Give me a quote

The best way to start learning WPAS is doing a project and gaining experience step by step. As a starter WordPress plugin, we introduce “give me a quote” app which allows collecting, displaying and searching of sales quotes from prospective buyers. “Give me a quote” not only introduces basics of WPAS WordPress development, but also provides tips on managing your WPAS projects based on best practices. The plugin created using these tutorial with some modification can be downloaded from wordpress.org

A newbie intro to WordPress development using WP App Studio – Part I
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Modified 12 months ago by WP App Studio
This article offers a newbie introduction to WP App Studio for those who have not created an app yet.
A newbie intro to WordPress development using WP App Studio – Part II
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Modified 12 months ago by WP App Studio
In this article, we identify the different components of "Request a quote" app backend focusing on the link between the app design and its implementation.
A newbie intro to WordPress development using WP App Studio – Part III
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Modified 1 year ago by eMDPlugins
We are going to continue exploring the generated plugin focusing on the frontend and data import/export capabilities.
How to add a search form to your WordPress app
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Modified 12 months ago by WP App Studio
Search forms are a key component of most apps. Adding a search form allows users to search content through your app's attributes, taxonomies and relationships. You can create as many search forms as you need targeting different user groups.
How to create a sidebar widget for your apps
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Modified 12 months ago by WP App Studio
Side bar widgets are used to display complementary content. For example, you can display recent members or featured members of your website. In thus tutorial, I will show how to create sidebar widgets for "Request a quote" app that we developed in the previous tutorials.
Using standard views for listing content
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Modified 12 months ago by WP App Studio
In this article, we continue enhancing capabilities of "Request a quote app" we designed in our previous articles by adding a standard view which will list the bidders of in table format.