How to Build a Book Store Ecommerce App with Appmaker | No Code App Builder

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How to Build a Book Store Ecommerce App with Appmaker | No Code App Builder

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With the Appmaker Woocommerce Plugin, you can create an E-Commerce App for your business. Get a mobile app for your eCommerce website by converting your WordPress WooCommerce website into a native Android/iOS app in 10 minutes.

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Appmaker now makes it easier to convert your existing WooCommerce website to beautiful native apps. The plugin allows you to view your website’s details such as products, product categories, Payment Gateway, Shipping details, Account details, and the plugins that have been installed, among other things.

In this video, we’ll show you how to use the Appmaker Plugin to create an app for your eCommerce website and distribute it on Android and iOS platforms. Manage your dashboard, customize your app, create menus and categories, and create in-app pages.

00:00 – Introduction
01:05 – Get Started
02:22 – Adding Icons
03:32 – Installing Appmaker Plugin
05:07 – Appmaker Dashboard
06:06 – Creating Home Page
11:21 – Creating In-app Page
13:23 – App menu
15:30 – Update App
17:56 – Push Notification feature
18:18 – Promote App and Email Footer
19:30 – App Preview

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