If you are building an online store or just need a place to record your inventory, then chances are you will need a Product Catalog. Now you could go out and buy any old cookie cutter Catalog tool on the market. However, before you do, you better make sure you understand what your Catalog requires. Otherwise, you may spend a lot of time and money on a tool that will not fit the bill. So, today we will cover some advanced topics of Customizing WordPress Plugins along with incorporating out new Web Services application into our WordPress Product Catalog plugin.
Customizing WordPress Plugins
Today’s lesson is going to pick up where we left off with our product catalog applications. In this lesson, we are going to expand on some more advanced topics of customizing our WordPress plugins. These topics will include shortcodes, themes, and CSS. We will also be swapping out internal plugin database and replacing it with external calls to out new Web Services interface.
This series comes from our mentoring/mastermind classes. These classes are virtual meetings that focus on how to improve our technical skills and build our businesses. The goals of each member vary, but this diversity makes for great discussions and ton of educational value every time we meet. We hope you enjoy this series as much as we enjoy creating it.
Previous Product Catalog Classes:
- An Overview of the Basics and Design
- Understand the ways to store data
- Using Tools and Applications to Interact With Our Data
- Build an MVC Application to Manage Our Catalog
- Test our Web Application With Selenium and WebDriver
- Building a WordPress Plugin for our Product Catalog
- Building a Mobile App with Appcelerator
- Using Web Services to remotely interact with our Catalog