Seth Alling: Case Study – Developing a Custom Importer

One response on “Seth Alling: Case Study – Developing a Custom Importer

  1. lewiscowles2015

    I Hope the “yeah I didn’t think about that at all”, would be “You could just import the CSV directly and SQL query it to where it needs to go” would have had you done once ACF was done.

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July 10, 2017

In early 2017, I was asked to build a custom importer for a website. “Not a problem,” I thought. After many late nights and much frustration, I finally completed it, only to wake up the next morning and find I needed to rewrite most of it. In this session we will discuss some of the obscure functions and ways to create an importer, along with some gotchas to consider.

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WordCamp Kent 2017 19

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Seth Alling 6

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Custom Importer 1

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English 5614

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