Category: WordPress

DX Plugin Base v.1.1 released

I’ve released a major update of my DX Plugin Base plugin which servers as a skeleton for WordPress plugin creation. Some of the old code has been refactored and simplified and a few new features have been added as well. Currently the list of code snippets working and included in the sample plugin base is:…

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swpMVC – WordPress Rails-alike framework

Just noticed on Twitter this one: [blackbirdpie url=”https://twitter.com/dimensionmedia/statuses/239848270657118208″] I’m very fond of more abstract development practices and a good MVC modeling with ActiveRecord has always been a pleasure to see. Since WP itself has too much procedural programming with global variables, this one as a concept looks very neat. I don’t believe it would have…

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Plugin Base Skeleton

I got tired working on plugins and writing the same code snippets all over again, looking in the same old tutorial sites or my favorite WP 3 Plugin Dev book. So I released a startup script for plugins – http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/dx-plugin-base/ . It contains most of the important snippets required for every plugin – registration of custom post…

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Theme submission steps – presentation

The WPORG theme reviewers’ mailing list got an interesting email from Chip where he shared an awesome SlideShare presentation. The WordPress.org reviewers are volunteers and they help each other with technical and philosophical questions on the WordPress platform, best practices designing and structuring a theme or a framework, obsolete and modern functions, security and more. It’s…

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