As far as WordPress Development is concerned, understanding the WordPress Database is important. Of course, this is only part of it. Once you know how the tables are organized, it’s a matter of learning the API, reading from the WordPress database, and writing to the WordPress database.
In my latest article on Envato, I take a look at the following topics:
If you’re looking to work with WordPress in a more professional capacity, one of the most important things to understand is how to underlying database is organized and how you can interact with it. If you’re an experienced developer, odds are you’ll have no trouble picking it up and getting started with it.
But if you’re just getting started, then understanding the WordPress database can be somewhat of a daunting task. As such, I’ve attempted to author a series of articles on Envato that provide an introduction to the WordPress database and how to get started in running queries against it. Continue reading
One of my favorite things about working with WordPress is the community around the platform and how easy it is to extend the core application through themes and plugins. One of the challenges of new WordPress developers is getting started with publishing their plugins.
As such, I contributed an article that can be found on Envato on how to publish to the WordPress plugin repository.
I had the pleasure of continuing my series on Envato about developing maintainable WordPress projects. In this article, I discuss writing maintainable WordPress plugins. Continue reading
Today, I had shared a few thoughts on Envato about writing maintainable WordPress widgets. In the post, I cover the following topics: Continue reading