August 2, 2019 — Vineet found his love for WordPress after he was introduced to it by a friend. This led him to develop numerous websites and making him want to crave for more to learn in WordPress. He has been associated with WordPress since 2012. He co-founded his first company at the age of 20. He is the Co-Founder and Technical Lead of FireMud FM, which is an online radio station based purely out of WordPress. and Indicium Crest – A remote web – development agency which is, again focused on WordPress. Now handing both the companies on technical front, his love for WordPress has just grown if nothing else. He has worked with over 55 projects remotely managing and developing them. He has also been associated with various ventures consulting and guiding them with technical resources and is currently located in Frankfurt, Germany.
Apart from developing the websites, he is a hobbyist photographer.
The topic of Vineet’s presentation is “Progressive Web Apps: The future of Mobile Apps“
July 25, 2018 — This session is intended to explain and show how to create a mobile app for a WordPress based site using React Native.
We recently built a mobile app for iOS and Android for Red Bull Global Rallycross.
Their website is powered by WordPress and the idea was to create a mobile app to access the same content.
This talk will take this app as an example and highlight some of the things we learned while building it.
This session will be 90% live coding.
First, I’m going to cover the basics of React Native:
– How it works
– React 101 (components, jsx, lifecycle)
– Layout system
– Styling views
Then I’m going to create a React Native app from scratch with a WordPress backend:
– Creating a project
– Adding basic navigation
– Building the news feed screen
– Adding the news details screen
– Adding a simple parallax animation
After this session I’m confident people will realize how easy it is to create native mobile apps with React Native.
January 8, 2018 — This talk is about how you can build your mobile application with Ionic Framework and using WordPress as a backend. Pull content from WordPress and display it on your mobile app. Use simple HTML5 and CSS to create your mobile application and publish to multiple platforms such as iOS and Android.