- Tapa blanda: 300 páginas
- Editor: Packt Publishing (24 de marzo de 2011)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 184951352X
- ISBN-13: 978-1849513524
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Wordpress 3 Plugin Development (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 24 mar 2011
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Reseña del editor
This book will provide an easy to understand, step-by-step approach to building your own WordPress plugins from scratch. We will construct a variety of plugins from the group up, demonstrating how to tap into a number of WordPress' development aspects, as well as how to prepare and release your plugin(s) to the public. This book is for WordPress users who want to learn how to create their own plugins and for developers who are new to the WordPress platform. Basic knowledge of PHP and HTML is expected, as well as a functional knowledge of how WordPress works from a user standpoint.
Biografía del autor
Brian Bondari is a musician, composer, and teacher with equal loves for both music and technology. His hobbies include reading, hiking, composing music, and playing with his pet rabbit. He also spends an exorbitant amount of time lying on the floor grading papers. Brian earned his doctorate from the University of Kansas in 2009 and is currently an Assistant Professor of Music Theory and Composition at the University of Texas at Tyler. When he is not writing music or grading papers, he serves as Senior Editor for the multi-author technology blog, http://www.TipsFor.us. You can also visit him at http://www.bondari.com. Everett Griffiths is a freelance PHP/Perl developer and database architect specializing in Content Management Systems and plugin development. His hobbies include playing guitar and running.He currently resides in Los Angeles with frequent trips abroad.
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We've all seen lots of these how-to books -- in my experience this one stands in that very very top tier - very much worth your consideration.
The first couple of chapters are dedicated to showing how plugins work in wordpress, and the discussion on hooks is very easy to understand. Later chapters go much deeper into the guts of programming plugins. The book is step by step with many demo projects, and never requires the learner to leap across a chasm mentally from one point to another to make the journey and understand how everything works. Very well written and clear.
Before it, I wasted my time surfing and reading messy stuff on the web, feeling like a dog hunting the own tail.
The examples makes WP a lab, being you the scientist.
I recommend it.
I must say using the onscreen reader for Windows rocks. I also downloaded the same ability for my Blackberry as my Desktop PC is too big to get on the train, but alas I find that the Rights Management protection stops me from taking this very excellent book on Wordpress 3 plugin development with me to read.
This is a real downside to the Kindle system over the Hard copy book. Yes I can take more books with me on a Kindle Reader, but how many books can you read simultaneously anyway? Having the ability to decide where I read the book rather than forcing me to always use the same technology once I've purchased the book would be a great option from Amazon, and maybe encourage me to buy more Kindle books, as these are certainly a lot cheaper than the Hardcopy ones.
As for the Book itself? As with all the Packt Technical books it was informative, up to date and relevant. It had all the information I needed to delve deeper into a technical subject without the need for me to be a subject matter expert in programming or Wordpress plugins. Excellent book and I would recommend it to anyone embarking on the development of any Wordpress Plugin. Now if only I can get my Desktop PC through customers and into the overhead for take-off.