This milestone for APL was probably the most critical, and the most profound. Much of the core functionality of APL was switched over from limited WP functions to WP Object Methods. This opened the plugin to have more implications in order to meet some of the demands and standards. WP Standards. Script & Style was changed to use wp_enqueue. Activation, Deactivation, and Delete/Uninstall. Widget Support (Shortcodes in […]
As part of re-establishing the site, I was also going to set up challenges to produce both content and demos of the skills I have. Majority of my work was based on free options like plugin and extension development, which provided an in-depth experience, but is difficult to present. The Challenge The plan is to create sample sites in increments of 3, and ending with […]
Learning how to program has always been a personal interest of mine, and I often found myself kicking my own self to do better. I was good at what I did, and I’m even better at what I do now, but I always struck myself as some belittled developer. That is, until a some friends told me I should be making it a career with the […]
Some of the features in mind would would be the videos, like Live Stream, Highlights, & Past Broadcast. Chat dialog. Even given some thought to adding Twitter.
As for the launch of the site, I’ll be focusing on adding content and figuring out what ideas I want to implement. For the most part, WordPress will be my primary target since it also works as a social network hub; improvements made to social integration have been rather impressive compared to what it used to be. Aside from creating a bio/portfolio content, I want […]
Progress has been a bit slow, and it’s been more tinkering on a localhost to test plugins than it has been installing and configuring. I’ve already ran into one plugin that doesn’t uninstall after finding it is buggy. This page is more if a test than it is an actual post. I wanted to see if the social integration features were functional, bit this is […]