WooCommerce: Items not displaying after info has been verified
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Description of Error

While all the WooCommerce information has been verified in the plugin (see attached) the items from their store do not display in the app.




BuildFire is a mobile app building platform that allows developers through HTML, JS and CSS to create plugins for the platform to extend mobile app functionality.

Learn more at https://buildfire.com and https://buildfire.com/developers


  • NodeJS - download
  • npm
  • git
  • knowledge on how to create a pull-request on github

How to Install

BuildFire SDK npm i buildfire you may need to be admin or super user depending on your environment

  • Init SDK buildfire init this will install the SDK in a folder called BuildFireSDK
  • Navigate to folder cd BuildFireSDK
  • Clone plugin buildfire plugin clone woocommercePlugin from the repo https://github.com/BuildFire/woocommercePlugin

Run plugin locally

  • Run tester buildfire run this will run a web server on http://localhost:3030
  • in the Plugin input box enter in the name of your plugin. example: eventsFeedPlugin depending on your OS this could be case sensitive

Understanding the autonomy of a BuildFire Plugin

  • the Control: is the right hand side of the plugin meant to live in the BuildFire control panel/dashboard
  • the Widget: is the left hand side of the plugin meant to live in the mobile app to learn more click here

Submit a pull request

Additional Information

awarded to enderdba

Crowdsource coding tasks.

1 Solution

Winning solution


The plugin is working OK. I followed all steps on this video and it showed up successfully. You need, however, to get sure if your wordpress domain is using HTTPS. If you're serving from another domain (in the screenshot you're using the cloud-based app builder) you need to use HTTPS for checking out your wordpress

@enderdba For clarification, are you saying that the user needs to have SSL on their WordPress site?
twalters 11 months ago
No, what im saying is, you're testing the plugin in a SSL Site (app.buildfire.com) , the plugin to work needs to get info from a wordpress site with WooCommerce, however, if the plugin is being tested on a SSL site it needs to be pointed to a SSL site with Wordpress on it. Because most browsers block any source from SSL if you're not testing on a SSL or localhost site.
enderdba 11 months ago