Posts Tagged ‘books’

WordPress Plugin Development Beginner’s Guide

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Vladimir Prevolac, the developer of several plugins and themes for WordPress has released a book titled WordPress Plugin Development (Beginners’ Guide). The book, written for anyone who wishes to author WordPress plugins, consists of eight chapters, six of which are dealing with development of actual plugins from scratch. Here’s what you can learn: Get to know the WordPress code base, WordPress’s plug-in architecture, and the plug-in application programming interface (API) and learn how to hack it Master the WordPress database and the API – access and manipulate data, handle user roles and permissions, posts, and so on Hook into the rest of WordPress using actions and filters Change the way your WordPress backend looks by customizing menus, submenus, and the plug-in admin panel Integrate AJAX and jQuery into your plug-ins to dynamically generate content Hook directly to WordPress edit pages and use AJAX to generate fast searches Integrate your plug-in […]

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Free eBooks from Apress

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October 19th, 2005
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Free eBooks from Apress Including “A Programmer’s Introduction to PHP 4.0″, “Writing Perl Modules for CPAN” and “COM and .NET Interoperability”. Thanks again Slickdeals

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