[wp-hackers] advanced plugin development for wordpress
g30rg3x at gmail.com
Thu Oct 23 18:25:04 GMT 2008
Totally agree with ozh,
However i find this sites very useful for "inspiration" when the ideas
start to fail...
2008/10/23 James <geniosity at gmail.com>:
> Or, you could read a couple of articles like the following one to get ideas
> on what certain people think is good/bad WordPress plugin code :-)
> On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 4:20 PM, Ozh <ozh at planetozh.com> wrote:
>> >>I already Googled enough...
>> >>I thought that the wp gurus here will enlighten me with some really
>> >>stuff... ;)
>> >There is no such thing as "the most advanced plugin" or "the best code".
>> Gah, stupid Lotus Notes sending the message when I'm not done yet:)
>> So, there is no such thing as "the coolest code ever". Advanced in what
>> field? What feature?
>> Most of the times, the brightest bits of code I find about are one or two
>> liner stuff from plugins that won't even get popular (because popularity
>> is about features, not code)
>> I suggest that you browse the plugin repository, by tags for instance,
>> read the description of the plugin and wonder "ok, how would I do that?"
>> and compare your thinking with the plugin code.
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