‘plugin development’ Videos

  • Panel Discussion: The Business of Plugins

    Panel Discussion: The Business of Plugins

    WordCamp Orlando 2014Speakers: Andrew Norcross, Mark Jaquith

    March 24, 2015 &#8212 The Business of Plugins

  • Kathryn Presner: Passionate About Plugins and Wild For Widgets Workshop

    Kathryn Presner: Passionate About Plugins and Wild For Widgets Workshop

    WordCamp Maui 2015Speaker: Kathryn Presner

    March 8, 2015 &#8212 The huge range of over 35,000 community-contributed plugins is one of the most valuable features of WordPress.org. But how do you determine what’s a safe and effective plugin without being overwhelmed by choice? In this session we’ll look at when to use a plugin and clarify the difference between widgets and plugins. We’ll discuss how to make an informed decision about which plugin to use – and explore how to
    troubleshoot any conflicts that may crop up.

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  • Danneberg, Dziamski & Kramer: Plugin-Entwicklung mit eigenen Tabellen, Backend-Widgets, Query-Filters

    Danneberg, Dziamski & Kramer: Plugin-Entwicklung mit eigenen Tabellen, Backend-Widgets, Query-Filters

    WP Camp 2013 - BerlinSpeakers: Nico Danneberg, Daniel Dziamski, Robin Kramer

    March 6, 2015 &#8212 In der Session wollen wir euch unser Azubi-Projekt ,,VCAT-Edulabs“ vorstellen. Die Vorstellung erfolgt an einem eigenen Geo-Coding-Plugin. Wir werden euch zeigen wie man die benutzerdefinierten Variablen umstellen kann, bis hin zu einer eigenen Tabelle, mit deren Einbindung über die Query-Filter. Aber auch die Entwicklung von Backend-Widgets im Post- sowie im Page-Bearbeitungsbereich.

  • Pierre Dargham: Un générateur de sites avec WordPress ? La preuve par l’exemple ! Tour d’horizon et potentiel du Multi-site WordPress

    Pierre Dargham: Un générateur de sites avec WordPress ? La preuve par l’exemple ! Tour d’horizon et potentiel du Multi-site WordPress

    WordCamp Paris 2015Speaker: Pierre Dargham

    February 26, 2015 &#8212 Alors que WordPress représente désormais plus de 25% des sites dans le monde, on le qualifie encore trop souvent de simple « moteur de blog ». Mais les raisons de ce succès tiennent à bien d’autres potentialités bien réelles. Parmi-elles, le mode « Multi-site », encore peu connu et en pleine explosion.

    L’équipe de GLOBALIS media systems vous propose ici un aperçu des possibilités offertes par l’outil. Administration d’un réseau de site, création et duplication de sites à la volée à partir de modèles prédéfinis, édition de contenus partagés par plusieurs sites ..

    À partir d’un retour d’expérience réel sur un projet complexe (200 jours*homme) pour un grand compte des assurances, c’est tout le fonctionnement d’un réseau de sites WordPress que nous passerons en revue, avec un constat : WordPress offre désormais le socle idéal aux développeurs pour mettre en place des outils multi-sites complexes.

    Nous reviendrons sur les différents plugins mis en place lors de ce projet afin de dresser une liste des potentialités, des bonnes pratiques et des contraintes à maîtriser pour le développement de thèmes et de plugins « Multi-site Ready ».

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  • Josh Leuze: Building Better Widgets

    Josh Leuze: Building Better Widgets

    WordCamp Milwaukee 2014Speaker: Josh Leuze

    January 15, 2015 &#8212 This session talks about how to design interesting and useful WordPress widgets. When creating a mockup or building a theme, it is easy to neglect widgets. You might design or style a few widgets for the mock-up or demo, but what happens when your client adds the Calendar widget? It also covers designing for a wide range of widgets, exploring different widget designs, planning responsive widgets that scale well, thinking about animated and interactive widgets, and upgrading your widgets with plugins.

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  • Ian Wilson: Introduction to WordPress Hooks

    Ian Wilson: Introduction to WordPress Hooks

    WordCamp Grand Rapids 2014Speaker: Ian Wilson

    December 23, 2014 &#8212 This session was for users who were looking to expand their knowledge of WordPress hooks for theme and plugin development. Ian Wilson walked users through what hooks are, first and foremost, the WordPress core page load (ie when certain hooks fire), the anatomy of the various hook functions, and finally some examples of common ways they are used.

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  • Jake Goldman: Best Practices for Plugin Development

    Jake Goldman: Best Practices for Plugin Development

    WordCamp NYC 2014Speaker: Jake Goldman

    November 21, 2014 &#8212 This session assumes a basic understanding of plugin development (hooks!) and PHP, and introduces habits that make plugins secure, reliable, compatible, maintainable, and usable.

  • Joost de Valk: The Devastating Power of Defaults

    Joost de Valk: The Devastating Power of Defaults

    WordCamp Europe 2014Speaker: Joost de Valk

    November 20, 2014 &#8212 Every plugin or theme developer who’s done a lot of development has learned that developing the backend often takes more time than developing the front end. Thinking about how you make your backend look and what you name options can save many, many hours on support. We’ve found in research amongst our own users that default settings often don’t get changed. What does this mean? What to do with it?

  • Craig Ralston: Introduction to Plugin Development

    Craig Ralston: Introduction to Plugin Development

    WordCamp NYC 2014Speaker: Craig Ralston

    November 17, 2014 &#8212 Developing your first plugin can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. This presentation assists beginner to intermediate developers in understanding the basics of plugin development by walking through a basic plugin step by step. It goes over hooks, how important they are, how they are used, and what hooks are available to you in WordPress core as well as some good practices to keep your plugin sharp.

  • Pippin Williamson: Sane Plugin Updates

    Pippin Williamson: Sane Plugin Updates

    WordCamp NYC 2014Speaker: Pippin Williamson

    November 7, 2014 &#8212 A discussion of best practices for when and how to send out updates to plugins. The talk will include a discussion of deploying plugins from git to WordPress.org and how to best to use tags and branches to track stable releases, development releases, and past versions.

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