This is the third tutorial in a series of post for developers on the Gravity Forms API/developer platform. You can find the first two here: 1. An introduction to the Gravity Forms developer platform 2. Gravity Forms API case study: Approvals Contents Introduction Security WordPress Cookie Authentication External clients: signature authentication Authorisation Routing Sample Code Create a […]
If you read my post last week, which demonstrates how to display Gravity Forms in WordPress admin pages, it may have got you thinking about all the possibilities it opens up. Perhaps you realised that it’s also possible to load Gravity Forms via WordPress AJAX since that also runs in the admin context. Of course […]
With the release of Gravity Forms 1.9 it’s now possible to display forms anywhere in WordPress admin. Here’s an example of how to add a Gravity Form to the dashboard like this:
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 […]
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.