‘Plugin Development’ Videos

  • Robert Windisch:Build, maintain and sell a WordPress Plugin – Lessons learned

    Robert Windisch:Build, maintain and sell a WordPress Plugin – Lessons learned

    WordCamp Stuttgart 2019Speaker: Robert Windisch

    November 11, 2019 — We gained experience by building several WordPress plugins and offer them for free or selling them on different platforms. I will tell you the story of our MultilingualPress plugin and what we learned by developing a Multilingual Plugin.

  • Jan-Peter Lambeck: Unser erstes kommerzielles Plugin – Erfahrungsbericht von der Idee zum Verkauf

    Jan-Peter Lambeck: Unser erstes kommerzielles Plugin – Erfahrungsbericht von der Idee zum Verkauf

    WordCamp Stuttgart 2019Speaker: Jan-Peter Lambeck

    November 10, 2019 — Vor etwa zwei Jahren kam die Idee für ein neues WordPress-Plugin auf, bei der schnell klar war, dass es den Rahmen eines Freizeitprojektes, wie es der „Shariff Wrapper“ ist, sprengen würde. Nach längerem Grübeln fiel dann der Startschuss beim WordCamp Europe in Berlin. In einem ehrlichen Erfahrungsbericht sollen die seitdem gesammelten guten und negativen Erlebnisse, Hürden und Fehlschläge weitergeben werden – frei nach dem Motto: Man muss nicht alle Fehler selber machen, um aus ihnen zu lernen.

  • Liton Arefin: New Era of Plugin Development in WordPress

    Liton Arefin: New Era of Plugin Development in WordPress

    WordCamp Biratnagar 2018Speaker: Liton Arefin

    August 22, 2019 — Arefin is the founder and CEO of Jewel Theme which is a WordPress Theme and Plugin Development Company. He started exploring WordPress in 2008 and quickly fell in love with it. He has been since not only a WordPress evangelist but also an active community member Authoring Themes, Plugins and Books. His ebook on Plugin development crossed more than 200,000 downloads and was appreciated greatly by the Bangladeshi Local Community. He has currently 17 active Plugins and 9 WordPress themes in WordPress.org Repository as well as dozens of Themes and Plugins in Themeforest.

    Liton Arefin will be Speaking about New Era of Plugin Development in WordPress.

    Liton Arefin has done Information and Communication Engineering from Rajshahi University. Currently based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. You can follow him on https://jeweltheme.com or follow @Litonice11 on Twitter.

  • Qurina Shrestha: Basic Strategies for Plugin Development

    Qurina Shrestha: Basic Strategies for Plugin Development

    WordCamp Kathmandu 2019Speaker: Qurina Shrestha

    May 15, 2019 — Plugins are a well-known term in WordPress. But how familiar are we with plugin development?
    The maestros might know all about plugin development. Yet for beginners, it is a mountain to climb. So, in this talk Qurina Shrestha will be talking about some basic development guidelines for creating great plugins. Her talk will also inform the audiences about how plugins interact with WordPress, and what all we will need to know before beginning our plugin development journey. Alongside this useful information, the speaker will also guide us through some steps to start plugin development right away.

  • Remy Perona: Modernisez et standardisez votre développement de plugin

    Remy Perona: Modernisez et standardisez votre développement de plugin

    WordCamp Montreal 2018Speaker: Rémy Perona

    March 18, 2019 — Par un retour d’expérience avec WP Rocket, je souhaite partager ce que nous avons appris et mis en place pour moderniser et standardiser le code et le processus de développement de plugins : bonnes pratiques, standards officiels PHP et WordPress, outils indispensables, etc.

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  • Francesco Canovi, Marco Chiesi: Once upon a time, there was a plugin…

    Francesco Canovi, Marco Chiesi: Once upon a time, there was a plugin…

    WordCamp Europe 2018Speakers: Francesco Canovi, Marco Chiesi

    July 11, 2018 — Everyone has a unique story on WordPress. This is the story of a popular plugin (900k+ active installs and 6+ million downloads), but it is also the story of its authors. The butterfly effect applied to open source: how a simple and free plugin can significantly improve your business perspective.

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  • Heiko Mamerow: Wie man Themes und Plugins weniger schlecht entwickelt

    Heiko Mamerow: Wie man Themes und Plugins weniger schlecht entwickelt

    WordCamp Retreat Soltau 2018Speaker: Heiko Mamerow

    May 6, 2018 — Ein kleiner Vortrag über schlechten Code im Themes und Plugins und wie man den in Zukunft weniger schlecht macht. 😉

  • Abhishek Deshpande: Getting Started With Plugin Development

    Abhishek Deshpande: Getting Started With Plugin Development

    WordCamp Ahmedabad 2017Speaker: Abhishek Deshpande

    January 19, 2018 — In this talk, Abhishek will walk you through the basics of the plugin. How plugins are the key component of WordPress Ecosystem. How Plugins works, Things you should know before writing your first plugin.

    This talk will shed light on the various parts of Plugins, WordPress way of writing PHP code and all about Plugin Development.

  • Ante Šepić: My Plugin Development Setup

    Ante Šepić: My Plugin Development Setup

    WordCamp Zagreb 2017Speaker: Ante Šepić

    December 15, 2017 — Ante is a self-taught web developer currently working at Agency,Mai?. His favourite language is JavaScript, and he enjoys working with it both on the frontend and the backend. When no one is looking, he also writes PHP. WordPress sparked his interest a few years back when he started creating his own websites. Most of his early experience comes from selling themes and plugins on the Envato marketplaces. Nowadays, he is mostly focused on experimenting with different JavaScript frameworks and frontend build tools. When not working or playing with code, he is either sleeping or trying to quit gaming.

  • Mika Epstein : Intro to Developing WordPress Plugins

    Mika Epstein : Intro to Developing WordPress Plugins

    WordCamp Europe 2017Speaker: Mika Epstein

    December 6, 2017 — Suggested tag: Plugins

    The part of your plugin that is hardest is the part that isn’t the code. Developing your first plugin for the WordPress directory means thinking beyond yourself and your own goals. In this workshop we’ll build a plugin together, a simple one, and work through the common pitfalls like function names, user permissions, and how much to sanitize.