Matt Graham: Not just witty comments in your code: Documentation best practices for themes, plugins and APIs

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August 4, 2019

As a developer in the WordPress ecosystem, you’re part of a large open source community; and being part of a community, being a good neighbour goes a long way. You’re thinking of or already developing components for WordPress, but developing is just the beginning: allowing your code to be used or modified easily will get you more goodwill within the community. That means documentation; meaning useful code comments, user manuals and API docs.

We’ll discuss documentation standards, best practices, and how to make your users and other developers sing your praises.

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WordCamp Hamilton 2019 13

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Matt Graham 6

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Documentation Standards 1

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English 8664

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