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 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 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?
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 […]
Web projects can be their own animals sometimes. Their own process. Customers tends to come at them differently, the urgency can be different – sometimes much greater with a shorter timeframe expectation than a typical enterprise application development or implementation project. The projects can range from simple corporate websites to mission-critical intranet applications or, in […]