This session will cover about strategies, best practices, and tools to help WordPress developers debug common and not-so-common issues.
An advanced developer session where the inner workings of bbPress 2.1 are unravelled. Post types, taxonomies, rewrite rules, theme compatibility, sub-hooks, and more will be explained in detail, with practical examples on how they are used to provide the simplest … Continue reading bbPress – Simply Advanced Everything
Just as important as *how* to do object oriented programming in the WordPress plugin environment is the question of *why.* In this talk Mike Toppa will use straightforward code examples to explain how to approach OO design for WordPress plugins, … Continue reading Object Oriented Programming for WordPress Plugin Development
WordPress on the Command Line – It’s not so scary! Like many environments, WordPress can be a bit cumbersome to work with when you’re locked into using the GUI that is provided, when there is so much more that can … Continue reading WordPress on the Comand Line – It’s Not So Scary!
The WordPress Codex is a great resource for new developers, but as many have noted, it is far from complete and isn’t necessarily always accurate. While there are myriad web-based alternatives that can serve as a guide to WordPress’ inner … Continue reading Moving Beyond the Codex: Learning WordPress from Itself
Learn how to integrate external systems with WordPress, from mobile blogging to cross-CMS publishing and more. Explore the public XML-RPC API capabilities in WordPress, including highlights of the new enhancements in WordPress 3.4. Get inspired by integration case studies, and … Continue reading Integrating with WordPress via XML-RPC