While WordPress provides free and paid themes for its users, it is difficult to build a fully customized professional website without a programmer. IUEditor’s WordPress theme project allows users to create, arrange and edit specialized widgets with essential WordPress theme functions such as Post, Comment and Category on canvas using drag-and-drop. Existing widgets such as Carousel, Google Map and YouTube can also be used in the theme projects.
IUEditor is a visual web editor that provides a wide range of functional widgets replacing lengthy and complex codes in traditional web editors. It supports back-end frameworks including Django, AngularJS and now WordPress. Users can build a responsive website or application that looks good in any device, platform and browser within a single project file.
JDLab will be presenting IUEditor and giving live demos at MWC in Hall 1, Stand 1E45 of Fira Barcelona Gran Via from February 22 to 25.
“The inefficiencies in web development process I experienced while launching a web service led me to create IUEditor, which cuts development time and cost by up to 75%,” said JD Yang, Director of JDLab. “Integration of IUEditor with diverse platforms such as WordPress will provide users at different levels of expertise with more choices in how they want to build their websites and services.”