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Rose Chege
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Apr 18, 2022 ⋅ 13 min read

Building an ecommerce mobile app with React Native and WooCommerce

Rose Chege Rose is a lover of technology and an upright individual who is not afraid to get out of her comfort zone and try out new programming paradigms.

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3 Replies to "Building an ecommerce mobile app with React Native and WooCommerce"

    1. Hello Henrique,

      I was running WordPress on an IP address. I didn’t have a URL to deploy the WordPress to. However, that doesn’t change how you run your application. You just need to substitute that with the URL where your WordPress is running on.

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