DEPRECIATED - Use https://github.com/kmonaghan/CBPWordPress instead. An iOS app to display WordPress posts from an API.
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README.md

DEPRECIATED

Use CBPWordPress instead.

KMWordPress

KMWordPress is an example iOS app that uses a JSON feed produced by the JSON API plugin (you'll need to use my fork though) and displays it in a reasonable manner.

Currently, this example forms the basis for the Broadsheet.ie app. I've blogged about how this version has improved over the previous incarnation.

Getting Started

First you need to initialise all the submodules:

$ git submodule update --init --recursive

You'll also need the Facebook SDK in the same folder you've cloned this project too (or manually change all the paths).

In KMWordPressAPIClient.m you need to change the base URL:

static NSString * const kKMWordpressURLString =  @"http://www.broadsheet.ie/";

Open the project, compile it and you should see a feed of your posts.

You should change the app id used by Appirater and put in your own Google Analytics tracker before you distribute it to anyone.

Icons

The icons used the live version of the app are from Glyphish so I can't distribute them. I've replaced them with some free ones from TWG and Gentleface but kept the Glyphish icon names so you can drop them in if you want.

Requirements

KMWordPress requires iOS 5.0 and above.

ARC

KMWordPress uses ARC.

Creator

Karl Monaghan
@karlmonaghan

License

KMWordPress is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.