Hello. I purchased the ionWordpress template from the Ionic marketplace. I’m looking for an experienced Ionic v1 and AngularJS freelancer to make some updates to the template.
- Create an additional text input field named ‘App URL’ on the Register view.
The end-user will type in the Wordpress URL they want to connect to via the ionWordpress app during the registration process. The user will only need to type in the sub-domain and domain because I would like the ‘https://’, ‘/api’ and ‘/push’ to be hard-coded in the two .constant lines in the config.js file. For example,
Store the value from the text input field into a variable that can be used in the template.
Create a rss_feed_url variable from the value of the input field that will be used to specify the Wordpress site in the template.
An event needs to be triggered when the rss_feed_url variable is updated.
The two .constants in the config.js file should get updated and use the new value stored in the variable.
This is how the two .constant lines currently look in the config.js file. They are hard-coded with Wordpress sites
I need the rss_feed_url variable added to the two .constants. This should allow the app to use the updated value inputted by the user during Registration. (This is only an example of what the code would look like. You will need to provide the correct code to make it work as expected.)
- Add a new line on the Login View to show the App URL.
Show the value of the rss_feed_url variable on the Login view so the user will know what Wordpress site they are logging into. For example,
App URL: https://rss_feed_url
- Add a new line on the Forgot Password View to show the App URL.
Show the value of the rss_feed_url variable on the Forgot Password view so the user will know what Wordpress site they are changing their password on. For example,
App URL: https://rss_feed_url
I’m not sure if the next step for adding an additional button will be needed but it may since the app will need an event to be triggered after text is inputted in the APP URL field. Unless ng-change will be used and will automatically detect the input field has been changed. I will leave that decision up to you.
- Add a separate update button next to the APP URL text input field
The user can be instructed to type in their url in the APP URL text field and then to click the update button. Then continue filling out the username, password and email address fields before clicking the Register button at the bottom. This should update the rss_feed_url variable before trying to Register an account on the Register view.
Please ask me if you have any additional questions or need some clarification on the request. Also please provide a couple examples of your previous Ionic and Angular work.
Please tell me your hourly rate, payment method, payment terms and time to complete this project. If this project is done correctly and in a timely fashion, there will be future work for new features, additional updates as well as new app development.