Sponsor Spotlight: BraveNewCode

What’s the simplest way to make your WordPress site mobile? Easy answer – use WPtouch, the so-simple-it’s-crazy plugin that turns your WordPress site into an iOS-styled application when accessed on a mobile device.

If you’re already using WPtouch, you’re definitely not alone. It’s one of the most popular plugins in the WordPress repository, having been downloaded more than 3.5 million times.

wcto-sponsor-bncWhat you may not know is that WPtouch is only one of three awesome WordPress products from Ontario dev shop BraveNewCode. The other two are:

  • WordTwit Pro – Adds powerful Twitter integration to your WordPress site.
  • Piggy Pro – Mobile access to sales data for popular WordPress e-commerce plugins, inlcuding WooCommerce, Shopp, and Cart66.

BraveNewCode co-founder Dale Mugford has been an active participant in Toronto’s WordPress community, presenting at WCTO 2011 and Toronto WordPress Developer meetups. He’s back for 2012, presenting on going mobile with WordPress.

We’re extremely grateful to have Dale & BraveNewCode taking part in WordCamp Toronto this year.

About Andy McIlwain

Andy is a front-end dev and community guy (GoDaddy, Toronto's WordPress meetups, and WordCamp). Find him on Twitter and his personal blog.
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