‘Plugins’ Videos

  • Dennis Ploetner: Lightning-Talk - I18n and L10n von Themes + Plugins

    Dennis Ploetner: Lightning-Talk – I18n and L10n von Themes + Plugins

    WordCamp Berlin 2015Speaker: Dennis Ploetner

    February 4, 2016 — Bei der Erstellung von modernen Websites kommt man an dem Thema Mehrsprachigkeit heute nicht mehr vorbei. Die dafür notwendigen Funktionalitäten werden von WordPress bereits mitgeliefert. Bei dieser Session geht es um das notwendige Wissen, um die für die eigenen oder für Kunden erstellten Themen und Plugins auf den Einsatz mit mehreren Sprachen vorzubereiten bzw. fit für den Einsatz in einer mehrsprachigen Konfiguration zu machen.

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  • Thomas Scholz: Writing Code for Multisite

    Thomas Scholz: Writing Code for Multisite

    WordCamp Berlin 2015Speaker: Thomas Scholz

    January 25, 2016 — Writing multisite compatible themes and plugins will help you becoming a better developer and reducing the amount of support. In this session I will talk about the restrictions and possibilities, what to watch out for and what we can learn from the core code.

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  • Brian Hogg: Using Actions and Filters to Make Plugins Your Own

    Brian Hogg: Using Actions and Filters to Make Plugins Your Own

    WordCamp Toronto 2015Speaker: Brian Hogg

    January 19, 2016 — Good plugins provide actions and filters to allow others (like you!) to modify some of their functionality without having to either create a whole new plugin from scratch or hack away at the original plugin, losing your changes when that plugin gets updated down the road. Learn how to find these actions and filters in other plugins, and use them to bend the plugin to your will.

    Learning Outcomes:

    Know what actions and filters are, and how they can be used.
    Be able to create a functionality plugin to modify another plugin’s functionalities.

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  • Hidekazu Ishikawa: WordPress公式ディレクトリにテーマを登録しよう- 公式テーマ登録におけるマネタイズの考察 –

    Hidekazu Ishikawa: WordPress公式ディレクトリにテーマを登録しよう- 公式テーマ登録におけるマネタイズの考察 –

    WordCamp Tokyo 2015Speaker: Hidekazu Ishikawa

    January 19, 2016 — WordPressの公式ディレクトリには素晴らしいテーマやプラグインが非常にたくさん登録されていて、私達はそれらを無料で利用する事が出来ます。そうした開発者達はなぜ無料で公開しているのでしょうか?

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  • Hiroshi Urabe: WordPressで行う継続的インテグレーション 入門編 -プラグイン開発・保守地獄から学んだこと-

    Hiroshi Urabe: WordPressで行う継続的インテグレーション 入門編 -プラグイン開発・保守地獄から学んだこと-

    WordCamp Tokyo 2015Speaker: Hiroshi Urabe

    January 18, 2016 — “継続的インテグレーション、CI(英: continuous integration)とは、主にプログラマーのアプリケーション作成時の品質改善や納期の短縮のための習慣のことです。(wikipedia引用)


    * コピペプログラマーだった僕がプラグインをリリースしたその後。
    * WordPress のプラグインでの具体的なテストコードの書き方。
    * テスト駆動開発のススメ。
    * テストをサポートするツール群の紹介。


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  • Jacques Surveyer: Image Grid Plugins

    Jacques Surveyer: Image Grid Plugins

    WordCamp Toronto 2015Speaker: Jacques Surveyer

    January 16, 2016 — The rallying cry for WordPress has become an Apple take-off “there is a free plugin for that”. So the premium plugins have to offer substantial value to win over developers. Here are two image grid plugins, Justified Image Grid and Essential Grid, that offer just such value.

    Responsive image grids that work well on mobile and desktop screens.
    Ability to incorporate portrait, landscape, and varying dimensions images in the same masonry layout image grid.
    Add styled captions, links, and shortcodes to images.
    Use a variety of image sources including WP gallery, NextGen, FaceBook, Flickr, Instagram, etc.
    Provide an image grid of feature Posts based on taxonomy, category, or date.
    Provide a variety of lightboxes for magnification of images with captions.
    Allow for page or load more infinite image scrolling.
    Provide filtering of images displayed in the grid with buttons along the top for All, Tagged, Category, Etc filters.
    Provide a variety of styling options for individual images and the grid as a whole.
    I compare the best of the free image plugins with these features.
    (Disclosure: I am not now nor will be in the future be an affiliate for either of these vendors or their representatives. The motivation: several times for $28 or less these plugins saved my bacon by lowering cost of development by hundreds of dollars while delivering advanced and winning features to clients.)

    Learning Outcomes:

    – Outline the key uses of image grids in WordPress development.
    – Demonstrate the advantage of responsive grids in mobile design.
    – Show how image grids can display mixed size plus portrait and landscape images well in a masonry layout.
    – Create a visual sitemap for a website.
    – Create an instant shopping cart grid for an array of products.
    – Help answer the question when to consider a premium plugin.

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  • Adam Soucie: BrickPress – Merging LEGO Master Builder Techniques with WordPress

    Adam Soucie: BrickPress – Merging LEGO Master Builder Techniques with WordPress

    WordCamp Orlando 2015Speaker: Adam Soucie

    January 11, 2016 — Adam Soucie will share how the LEGO Master Builder techniques apply to building WordPress themes, plugins, and full websites.

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  • Dave Navarro Jr.: Advanced Plugins for the Mobile Web

    Dave Navarro Jr.: Advanced Plugins for the Mobile Web

    WordCamp Kansas City 2015Speaker: Dave Navarro Jr

    January 9, 2016 — Take charge of your mobile web experience. Dave will demonstrate several plugins to help webmasters create better mobile sites. Including mobile menus and custom content for mobile users.

  • Kyle Maurer and Adam Silver: WP Battles: Plugins vs. Themes

    Kyle Maurer and Adam Silver: WP Battles: Plugins vs. Themes

    WordCamp Ann Arbor 2015Speakers: Kyle Maurer, Adam Silver

    January 7, 2016 — The classic contest. Themes against plugins. Which are better? Which can solve your problems, fix your site and grow your business? In this epic showdown we’ll explore the purposes and use cases, pros and cons, strengths and weaknesses of these two critical components of any WordPress website.

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  • Mika Ariela Epstein: How NOT To Submit Your Plugin

    Mika Ariela Epstein: How NOT To Submit Your Plugin

    WordCamp Orange County 2015Speaker: Mika Ariela Epstein

    January 7, 2016 — A tongue in cheek review of the things you can do to make your plugin submission make the review team cry, from pestering everyone and their mother about the speed of a review to simple mistakes that make the process take longer than it should.

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