Wix App Development

Development of Wix App

documentary We will support you in the development of your app in this section. You' re set to build your app once we have your mock-ups up. We will only validate your app if it works exactly as shown in your authorized moodups - so don't run development until we release your moodups.

An app is an iframe that is integrated into the user's website/dashboard. Applications are shown in the user's HTML5 site/dashboard - so create the app with HTML. Hosts your app on your own server, so there are no backend development constraints. You can use these plattforms and libs as you create your app:

The JS SDK - Use our JavaScript SDK to interact with the Wix Editor, Dashboard and Web pages. Use our information exchange service - the WixHive - to exchange information about the user's contact information or the activities of website visitors (e.g. purchases). The HTTP-API - You can get information about a user's purchase in the app and deploy the WixHive through our HTTP-API.

Your first stage is to build your own set of parts. When you have the final point device root address, you can begin adding the devices to the Dev Center. Website site parts consist of two parts - the site frame, which is displayed in the Wix Editor and the site frame, and the app settings frame. You can use our launcher templates to build your site part.

There is already a widget part in this preset associated with the App Settings section so you can see how they interacted with each other. Use one of these startup layouts to build the app: Build a new end-point and include a link to our MSDK. Notice that your Worker components have only one part - the Components I-Frame.

Adds this hidden frame to both the Wix Editor and the Web site. Build a new end-point and include a link to our MSDK. Notice that your dashboard has only one part - the Components I-Frame. It appears in the website dashboard. Has your app more than one part?

Design each feature individually, then include all features in the Dev Center under the same app. Each of your apps shares the same instanceId within a specific site. As soon as you have the endpoint URLs for your app, you can post them in the Dev Center: On your app page, go to the App components section on the Your App tab.

Notice: You can use more than one site part? However, when a user adds your app, only the standard Site Item is added to it. In the App Settings area, the user can easily create additional site items. Find out more about the request parameter sent for Widget, Fixed-Position Widget, Page, Dashboard and Worker If-rames. Your componentry has been added to Dev Center?

Enhance your app - here's an outline of what to do next. Sharing information about website users and users' contact information. Try it out during development so you can deliver your app error-free. Applications on the user's web site must be available so that all users of the web site can use your app, even those withabilities.

Use our UI library to generate the preferences window. Then, insert the UI control into your preferences window. You can use query reports or design a portable end point for your widgets and page items. It is a must for page items and in some cases for widget items (only if the Widget has contents that make sense for SEO).

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