Introducing Convoworks Prototype: A Plain PHP Integration Example
The “Prototype” project serves as an example of how Convoworks can be integrated into a plain PHP application. Although it’s a fully functional example, please note that it isn’t designed for production use.
For those not utilizing WordPress, this is the simplest way to explore and understand how Convoworks operates. It also provides a comprehensive example of how you can bootstrap and integrate the Convoworks library into your PHP application.
To deploy and configure it on your Apache & PHP server, refer to the included README document. Once set up, you can log in and begin exploring its features.
Here are some specifics about the Prototype app:
It utilizes the filesystem for data storage, so ensure that PHP has write permissions to the configured data storage folder. By default, it’s located in the
data folder. Feel free to access this folder and review the JSON file structures; they can offer a deeper understanding of the system and its operation.
If you’re considering integrating Convoworks into your platform, take a look at the bootstrapping process in
www/rest_public/index.php. Also, familiarize yourself with the
library/Convo/Proto directory, which houses the prototype app-specific classes.
The Convoworks Prototype download package is available on our Downloads page.
After installation, explore some of the pre-existing service templates to get started. For further guidance, visit our Tutorial – Getting Started page.
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