How Can I Add More Content Sources in My Mobile Web Application?

Currently we support 4 content sources that you can use to add content in your mobile/tablet application: RSS/ATOM feeds Connecting with WordPress Pages Using your own API (JSONs) 1. RSS/ATOM Regardless of the Content Management System you’re using (WordPress, Drupal, Joomla or others), there’s one simple way to create an application: starting from your RSS/ATOM feeds. Usually, […]

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What Is a Custom App Address and How to Create It?

A custom app address is used for hosting your mobile web application under a different subdomain from your website. Usual examples are app.yourdomainname.com or m.yourdomainname.com, but you can use other names if you like. On the Appticles.com platform, all mobile web applications require a custom app address to complete setup, unless you have connected your […]

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Connecting your website with your companion mobile web application

Depending on the settings of your mobile web application, there are two ways that you can connect it with your website: 1) Using the Mobile Switcher Script This option is available for all accounts types (free or paid) and Content Management Systems (WordPress, Drupal, Joomla , etc.). It involves adding a snippet of code in […]

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Setting up a mobile web application with Appticles.com

Once authenticated in the Dashboard (http://publish.appticles.com) using Facebook, Twitter, G+ or directly with your e-mail address, there are a couple of simple steps that you need to go through to have your mobile web application up and running in a matter of minutes: Create your first mobile web application by giving it a name Choose […]

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