This plugin makes it simple to add CalcFusion API to your WordPress
|Author:||CalcFusion (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.5|
|WordPress version tested:||4.1.8|
|Added to WordPress repository:||13-01-2015|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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What is CalcFusion?
A Computation Engine that...
- lets users create business rules and formulas with Excel.
- mixes live data from your WordPress site with local data stored on Excel.
- receives data and sends computed results from/to your WordPress site via web services.
Learn more about CalcFusion at http://calcfusion.com/
CalcFusion leverages on Excel's power and flexibility. Writing complex functions on Excel is straightforward due to its spreadsheet interface that allows for easy modifications and testing, while writing codes for the same functions can be unpredictable and tedious as programmers have to make sure that their codes are well tested and maintainable. Cut the development time in half by designing your web app interface on WordPress and using CalcFusion and Excel as you back-end. Use real-time data for your computations, and display Excel computed results instantly on WordPress.
How does it Work?
Try our live implementation of CalcFusion for WP at http://calcfusion.com/live-demo/
On which WordPress PHP version will the plugin work?
The plugin only works for WordPress PHP version 5.5 or higher. Certain features may not work depending on your WordPress PHP version and setting. If you are running WordPress in a lower version, please contact us and we can provide you with a solution for your version.
Does CalcFusion provide methods for both synchronous and asynchronous web service calls?
Yes, CalcFusion provides methods for both synchronous and asynchronous web service calls. To enable asynchronous calls, the CURL AsynchDNS setting must be set to “Yes”.
My CalcFusion computations are not being refreshed, what do I do?
For performance, web hosting service providers (such as WordPress) implement aggressive caching. To be able to refresh your CalcFusion computations, a solution is to implement caching exclusions on pages or file paths that should not be cached. You can check on how caching exclusions can be done, or you can contact your service provider for assistance.
For more information, please click here to view the CalcFusion FAQ page.
- Modified CalcFusion Setup Page for fix on the Computation Management section where the Computation list is only empty
- Modified CalcFusion Setup Page to fix security related issue
- Fixed an issue on file upload return target URL
- Update CalcFusionClient class
- Update CalcFusion Setup Page
- Added WP AJAX function “calcfusion_request_service” to be able to trigger a compute from front-end through AJAX/jQuery.
- Initial release.