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    The idea is to create a website(a kind of Dev portal) with Wordpress and configure It so that it can interact with Apigee. I do not know why this is necessary, since DevPortal exists in Drupal, but this is my task.

    As far as I know, I intend to write a wordpress plugin in order to 1) create a developer, 2) allow the developer to get the appid (register the app) and get the data.

    Could you give me some tips on whether this is a good idea, any documentation I can use, tutorials, or anything else I can use to complete these tasks. I would be very grateful for any help. Thank you in advance!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Demixl View Post
    The idea is to create a website(a kind of Dev portal) with Wordpress and configure It so that it can interact with Apigee. I do not know why this is necessary, since DevPortal exists in Drupal, but this is my task. As far as I know, I intend to write a wordpress plugin in order to 1) create a developer, 2) allow the developer to get the appid (register the app) and get the data. Could you give me some tips on whether this is a good idea, any documentation I can use, tutorials, or anything else I can use to complete these tasks. I would be very grateful for any help. Thank you in advance!!!
    There is a PHP " SDK " for the Apogee admin API. I use " SBK " in quotation marks because it's not really an SDK, it's just a wrapper library. This library is included in the Drupal dev portal distribution. But it doesn't have any dependency specifically on Drupal and will be used from any PHP system, including Wordpress.

    The shell library allows any PHP system to call the Apogee edge administrative API. This is exactly what you need :

    creating a developer
    create an app for developers who are developers
    to the app developer
    etc.

    Are you familiar with Wordpress coding? Have you created Plugins before? If not, you may be able to view tutorials on basic wordpressplugins. There are a lot of them; search on youtube.

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    ow, you know, creating sites with wordpress has become so easy so even a child could build a site. Seriously, for example I've used uListing wordpress plugin to create sites that look like professional websites because it's a plugin that does the work instead of you - you simply have to drag the blocks of the future site as you like. For instance it took about 3-4 days to build a commercial website. So, technologies make our world easier, and now the thing that a simple man couldn't even imagine in 2000's may be done simply. I mean site building - it was too difficult if you don't have necessary knowledge, but now it's so easy :)

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    I don't think that it's a good idea. Of course, with WordPress you can create a website, but how will it look? It probably would be something unprofessional or with ready presets that everyone seen a thousand times. I think that you need to try websites built with React. This way they will look much more pleasant. Here is information for you about it http://clockwise.software/blog/best-examples-of-react-websites/.

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