‘SaaS’ Videos

  • Inderpreet Singh and Andrew Bauer: WPaaS – A Centralized Approach to Managing WordPress At Boston University

    Inderpreet Singh and Andrew Bauer: WPaaS – A Centralized Approach to Managing WordPress At Boston University

    WordCamp Boston 2016Speakers: Inderpreet Singh, Andrew Bauer

    August 2, 2016 — This one’s for everybody! In this talk, we’ll cover the organizational and technical benefits of running a multi-network, multi-site WordPress as the primary CMS at Boston University. We’ll highlight specific strategies, including organizational policies, development workflows, and team structure that allow us to serve over a million users per month. We’re here to help dispel the notion that a centralized approach to WordPress can’t successfully be implemented in Higher Ed.

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  • Elliot Taylor, Dave Green, Philip John: Lightning Session

    Elliot Taylor, Dave Green, Philip John: Lightning Session

    WordCamp London 2016Speakers: Elliot Taylor, Dave Green, Philip John

    June 5, 2016 — Why switching to WordPress Coding Standards will make you a better developer by Dave Green

    WordPress Coding Standards have been around for a while, yet many developers don’t write code with them, let alone know they exist. This was the case with me until September 2015 when I made the switch, and now I wish I’d dived in earlier! In this talk I’ll explain what they are, how they will help you write better, cleaner and more secure PHP code and why you should be using them for all WordPress projects.

    See the slides for Dave Green’s Talk Why Switching WordPress Coding Standards will make you a better Developer

    Be a better developer with code review by Philip John

    Code review may sound boring – as developers we want to *write* code, not read someone else’s. But if there’s one thing we must do as developers it’s continually learn, and code review is one of the best ways to do that. This talk will help you improve as a developer by talking about code review, what it is, and how it can improve the security, scalability and readability of your code.

    Building a SaaS product in WordPress by Elliot Taylor

    Last year Elliot put his focus from his agency business onto developing his product business YoGrow. The talk will discuss some of the benefits of moving to a product business and how YoGrow uses WordPress and WooCommerce as a foundation.

  • Lew Ayotte: SAAS and WordPress

    Lew Ayotte: SAAS and WordPress

    WordCamp Atlanta 2016Speaker: Lew Ayotte

    March 28, 2016 — Pulling from my experiences developing leenk.me and iThemes Sync, I will discuss the most important aspects of integrating a SAAS app with WordPress. We will cover the basic ways of communicating data to and from WordPress, including creating a basic REST API in WordPress and using the WP-API. I will also briefly discuss the benefits of using WordPress as your SAAS framework.

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  • Scott Bolinger: Selling WordPress Products

    Scott Bolinger: Selling WordPress Products

    WordCamp Orange County 2015Speaker: Scott Bolinger

    January 7, 2016 — I’ve been focused on selling WordPress products for almost 5 years now. I started out selling themes, last year my company AppPresser grew from 0 to $30k/mo. I recently released a SaaS product that has had a steep learning curve. Join me and learn about the ups and downs of selling WordPress products.

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  • Bryce Adams: How I Built a WordPress-Powered SaaS (Software as a Service) in 3 Days

    Bryce Adams: How I Built a WordPress-Powered SaaS (Software as a Service) in 3 Days

    WordCamp Kansai 2015Speaker: Bryce Adams

    November 22, 2015 — 本セッションは日本語通訳を行います!
    私は超優秀なプログラマーでもなければ、優れたデザイナーでもありません。
    でも、WordPress があれば、私もあなたもすごい力を手にすることができます。
    WordPress を使うことで、3日とかからずきちんと機能するSaaS型のウェブサービスを構築することができます。私も、海外でSMSが受け取れないというたくさんの人が悩んでいた問題を解決することができました。
    WordPress JSON API とプラグイン固有の API について紹介しながら、WordPress に限界がないことをお見せしたいと思います。夢を見て、そして作りましょう!

    I’m not the best developer. I’m not the best designer. But with WordPress, I, and you, can be anything. WordPress enabled me in less than 3 days to build a fully operational SaaS and solve a problem that pained many. With the introduction of the WordPress JSON API and plugin-specific APIs, there is no limit to what WordPress is capable of. You need only dream, and build it.

  • Mario Peshev: Building SaaS With WordPress

    Mario Peshev: Building SaaS With WordPress

    WordCamp Belgrade 2015Speaker: Mario Peshev

    September 26, 2015 — “Building SaaS With WordPress” will cover the process of building a WordPress Software as a Service product. We will discuss the power of WordPress Multisite, existing solutions for leveraging the membership capabilities of a network, handling payments and creating a viable business on top of WordPress. The session will target developers and business owners interested in building a SaaS on top of WordPress.

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  • Thomas Griffin: Using WordPress as a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) Platform

    Thomas Griffin: Using WordPress as a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) Platform

    WordCamp Asheville 2015Speaker: Thomas Griffin

    September 18, 2015 — WordPress now powers nearly 25% of the web, but the vast majority of those websites use WordPress as a CMS. In our transition from a plugin to a hosted platform with OptinMonster, we decided to use WordPress as our application platform. This talk gives a practical overview of how we use WordPress as the application backend and the obstacles we had to overcome to make it scale to serve 10s of millions of API requests every day.

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  • Cameron Barrett: WordPress for Schools

    Cameron Barrett: WordPress for Schools

    WordCamp Scranton 2015Speaker: Cameron Barrett

    August 3, 2015 — I recently replaced a proprietary SaaS CMS for the largest school district in the state (Newark, NJ). We launched our 70+ schools sites on Aug 29, 2014 on top of WordPress. Our district site is 30,000 pages and 300,000+ media assets. In the end, we cut our annual web site management budget in half and have beautiful new web sites powered by WordPress that ease the pain points our content owners, administrators and technology coordinators have when managing their school websites. This presentation covers how this was achieved using WordPress, how it has solved many of the problems we were facing with our vendor-controlled proprietary system, and how we have embraced the concept of WordPress as an Application Framework, allowing us to create all kinds of sites, applications, and mobile apps directly from WordPress.

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  • Bryce Adams: How I Built a WordPress Powered SaaS in 3 Days

    Bryce Adams: How I Built a WordPress Powered SaaS in 3 Days

    WordCamp Europe 2015Speaker: Bryce Adams

    July 9, 2015 — I’m not the best developer. I’m not the best designer. But with WordPress, I, and you, can be anything. WordPress enabled me in less than 3 days to build a fully operational SaaS and solve a problem that pained many. With the introduction of the WordPress JSON API and plugin-specific APIs, there is no limit to what WordPress is capable of. You need only dream, and built it.

  • Sébastien Gest : Osez le SaaS ! ou comment industrialiser et automatiser votre production de site WordPress avec Mill

    Sébastien Gest : Osez le SaaS ! ou comment industrialiser et automatiser votre production de site WordPress avec Mill

    WordCamp Lyon 2015Speaker: Sébastien Gest

    June 15, 2015 — Avec l’émergence des modèles Cloud et plus particulièrement celui du modèle SAAS (software as a services) les modes de production
    ont évolué permettant à l’utilisateur client de ne payer uniquement ce qu’il a consommé.

    WordPress n’étant plus exclusivement utilisé pour la création et la gestion de contenus de
    sites internet (on retrouve sur le marché des solutions d’Outil de ticketing, de gestion Immobilière, Panel de gestion de serveurs par exemple), les professionnels du numériques doivent pivoter pour certaines de leurs offres vers ce standard SAAS.

    Nous verrons au travers de cet atelier ce qui signifie « osez le saas » pour une agence, une ssi ou un développeur freelance utilisant WordPress.

    Nous effectuerons un tour d’horizon des outils disponibles sur le marché permettant de pivoter vers ce schéma de production.

    Puis nous verrons comment concevoir son offre, son infrastructure serveur et ainsi comment gérer sa production autours de notre produit Mill.

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