Speakers: Daniel Pataki

  • Panel Discussion: Working With WordPress

    Panel Discussion: Working With WordPress

    WordCamp Croatia 2015Speakers: Goran Jakovljević, Petya Raykovska, Toni Trivković, Sibin Grašić, Daniel Pataki

    January 18, 2016 — With world today, being more connected than ever, everyone has an equal opportunity to make a living online. In this panel we asked people from Croatia, Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina to talk about their experiences on working with WordPress – from their countries. How they began to work with WordPress? What were the challenges and how to overcome them? And what is the secret of working successfully from anywhere in the world?

  • Daniel Pataki: The Awesome Power of Advanced Custom Fields

    Daniel Pataki: The Awesome Power of Advanced Custom Fields

    WordCamp Croatia 2015Speaker: Daniel Pataki

    January 18, 2016 — Advanced Custom Fields is the best plugin to happen to WordPress – allowing you to create rich custom fields with maps, images, galleries, repeaters and more. It helps designers and developers alike and even allows us to rapidly prototype backend functionality. It facilitates communication with clients and your team and its code is so simple, anyone can use it. In this talk I’ll show you some of the techniques I use every day, some use cases and how you can start using ACF to your advantage right now.

  • Daniel Pataki: Interacting With REST APIs Within WordPress

    Daniel Pataki: Interacting With REST APIs Within WordPress

    WordCamp Netherlands 2015Speaker: Daniel Pataki

    October 22, 2015 — Interacting with APIs like the Twitter seems scary at first but with some of the basic tools WordPress offers (Transients API, HTTP API, etc) it is easy to get going. Daniel will show you how you can talk to APIs in a few easy steps.

  • Daniel Pataki: Prototyping with WordPress

    Daniel Pataki: Prototyping with WordPress

    WordCamp Europe 2015Speaker: Daniel Pataki

    July 16, 2015 — I’ve used WordPress for prototyping for a while and it has been very useful. It solves the issue of having to choose between quick prototypes with low fidelity and high fidelity ones which take ages to make. I walk people through creating a prototyping framework from an HTML template by creating a theme.