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1-FeedWordPress 2- WP RSS Multi Importer use one of these, which suits you.
Here is a list of points that will help you in order to make an iOS app for your WordPress blog: You can either parse XML in the RSS feed, JSON by installing a JSON plugin in your WordPress or you can also parse HTML directly. 1) I would suggest using NSXMLParser and parse the RSS feed instead of using JSON. Reason being, if something goes wrong to the ...
I believe you can do it through API, however you should use a premium paid service from some great providers. They provide Free Android/iOS App which loads contents from your Wordpress site.
Check out JSON API plugin. It will allow you to have a RESTful API for most of the content on your website. If you don't want to have an API in WordPress (i.e. you want it on a different domain/subdomain, have separate codebase etc.), you could do the same through pure PHP, or using a microframework, such as Slim. In this approach you would load WordPress ...
A solution may be to use something like json-API plugin to provide a simple API to your contents.
Okay, I created a post of the confirmation which puts it in the RSS feed automagically. $my_post = array( 'post_title' => 'My post', 'post_content' => $confirmation, 'post_status' => 'publish', 'post_author' => $user_id, 'post_category' => array(8,39) );
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