GSoC – week 9 : merging up

During this lazy week (due to the mid-august holiday, that here in Sicily we spent all day and night in the beach, and everybody is on holiday) , I’ve finished the coreCore Core is the set of software required to run WordPress. The Core Development Team builds WordPress. for the function that make a post. I’ve also created some mock-ups about the post view, I’ve thinked about a lot of solutions, and I’ve shared some of these mock-up with my mentor, awaiting feedback. The most challenging part was that, in my mind, I would like to create some sort of skeleton of a basic UIUI UI is an acronym for User Interface - the layout of the page the user interacts with. Think ‘how are they doing that’ and less about what they are doing. to re-use it in the other pages (like comments, pages etc)
I’ve also populated the repo with the last code, that is a merge for the standalone functions that I’ve created before the UI. Nowadays the app is capable of doing the login process, searching for the XML-RPC endopoint, fetch the blog(s) list. There, as my mentor suggested to me, I’ve to modified a bit this function, because if there is just one blog I can skip the blog(s) selection UI. Once the blog(s) are been added, I could do the fetch of the recent posts.
Next step is to finish the UI, that will take no more than other few days, do the other function to make the call to see the comments/pages and merge the function to make a post.

#blackberry, #gsoc