Mike Hale: Building a Developer Friendly WordPress Plugin

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    we have show notes?

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Published

August 29, 2017

With nearly fifty thousand WordPress plugins available, there’s one for just about everything. However, sometimes a plugin doesn’t do exactly what you need. Working with existing plugins can be a frustrating experience when the developer has not considered how other developers might use it on a client’s web site. In this session, I’ll share some common roadblocks working with plugins, how you can make your plugin extensible, and the benefits of building a developer-friendly plugin.

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WordCamp Chicago 2017 28

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Mike Hale 6

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Plugin Development 96

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English 5905

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