There’s a great case study from Post Status titled, “How StoryCorps uses WordPress to enable storytelling everywhere“, highlighting how StoryCorps uses WordPress and the WordPress REST API to build its powerful story telling app and companion website.
Here are some excerpts:
StoryCorps.me enables anyone to create and share powerful stories. Just launched as an iOS and Android app, the website that provides the app infrastructure is built on WordPress, utilizing the WordPress REST API. Here’s how StoryCorps.me came to be.
StoryCorps.me is built on WordPress, and utilizes the WordPress REST API to enable access to a customized content architecture. The StoryCorps app utilizes the API to consume data and publish stories from the app back to the website.
10up built the website infrastructure, manages scalability issues, and managed the integration of the WordPress REST API.
MAYA design designed and built the app for the end-user, utilizing PhoneGap so that the app could be launched simultaneously to both iOS and Android platforms.
This is another great example of WordPress along with the WordPress REST API being used to build robust, scalable, projects for worldwide consumption over web and mobile. Be sure to read the whole post here: How StoryCorps uses WordPress to enable storytelling everywhere
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