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Read This Post: Object-oriented programming in a Gutenberg world
So now that we know why object-oriented programming might be good for your next WordPress plugin, let’s try it with a plugin that creates custom Gutenberg blocks.
Read This Post: Object-oriented programming in WordPress plugins
Creating a WordPress plugin is pretty simple. It’s just another functions.php file, right? But what if you tried creating a plugin with object-oriented programming.
Read This Post: Changing a shortcode to a dynamic Gutenberg block
Gutenberg is coming, and it will shake up the ecosystem. One of the biggest changes will come with shortcodes, since the TinyMCE editor will be no more. But it’s pretty easy to turn shortcodes into the blocks with dynamic blocks.
Read This Post: Adding filter and action hooks to your WordPress plugin
WordPress is known for its customizations, but sometimes as plugin or theme developer, it can be tricky to figure out how to let your users add in customizations. That’s where filters and hooks come into play.
Read This Post: How to add a WordPress admin page to add data to a custom table
So you have a custom table, but how do you get data in there the WordPress way? This tutorial shows you how to create an admin page and insert data into that table.
Read This Post: How to create a custom table in WordPress and why
WordPress comes with a number of basic tables created in your site’s database. But sometimes those tables aren’t quite enough. And sometimes a custom table is needed.
Read This Post: A simple guide to adding a WP REST API controller
The WP REST API is still a hot item in WordPress core. And this tutorial will show you how easy it is to make your own REST API endpoint for your plugin and custom data.