The challenge was to keep the system working with a Facebook API that kept changing over and over without any notice from their part. Another challenge was to keep the background scheduler working properly with all the number of requests the system needed to handle.
Radish Photos was built on top of WordPress, one of the most versatile frameworks out there. We used several plugins to perform the generic functionality, and wrote our custom plugin in order to fetch photos from Facebook and create print orders for each client. We used WooCommerce for processing orders and a Genesis child theme for achieving the website’s looks.
Radish Photos was able to have a world class product that they were able to sign up potential customers to instantly, and pitch to investors when it was time to scale the company. This was one of the most enjoyable projects I worked on, and Brian and the team made my experience with them very smooth.