June 4, 2018 — Join us as some of panelists discuss answers to some of the more common questions to a wide variety of WordPress related questions.
June 4, 2018 — You have a plugin and want more people to check it out, and submitting to the official WordPress plugin directory. But how do you get it ready and submit it, easily keep it up-to-date, avoid common conflicts with other plugins, and get more people finding out about it?
In this talk, I’ll go through tips and techniques to save you (and your plugin users) from pulling out their hair and get your plugin out there on wordpress.org
October 7, 2017 — You have a plugin, but you want users to be able to use it in their native language. Learn how to get it ready for translation, things to watch out for, and tips for maintaining it as you change the plugin over time.
October 5, 2017 — You have a plugin, but you want users to be able to use it in their native language. Learn how to get it ready for translation, things to watch out for, and tips for maintaining it as you change the plugin over time.
November 9, 2016 — So you want to start selling premium plugins? So did I, so I jumped in with both feet. Hear how I got started, what I’ve learned (and am still learning) about selling my first premium plugin for WordPress and how you can get started too.
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.
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.
December 13, 2015 — Heard of Backbone.js but have yet to use it in your WordPress plugin or theme? Get an introduction to Backbone.js (and Underscore.js), discover why you should be using it, and learn how to add it to your next project.
December 30, 2013 — More users are using mobile to access online content. And with a bit of tweaking, WordPress can be the backbone to create and maintain location-aware content – useful for local searches, as the content to a mobile app, and more.