If there isn't "one right way" to build a plugin, then where do you start? Every plugin sets out to solve a unique problem with a unique set of requirements. Let's talk with developers, deconstruct popular plugins, and see how they solve problems.
Kyle B. Johnson - Host of Plugin Architect and Ninja Forms Developer
Recent Interviews with WordPress Developers
With 28 states having legalized medical marijuana a new market is emerging. With new markets comes new needs and Robert DeVore is providing a solution. WP Dispensary helps store owners to easily manage their dispensary or delivery service menu with WordPress.
Today I am speaking with Gustavo Bordoni, a WordPress developer with Modern Tribe, a completely remote digital agency that leverages WordPress at an enterprise scale. They also maintain the popular Events Calendar plugin for WordPress with well over 4,000,000 downloads and a user base of over 400,000 active installs.
Today we are going to be talking with Ashley Rich from Delicious Brains. Ashley works specifically on WP Offload S3, but Delicious Brains is also responsible for WP Migrate DB Pro and the recently announced MergeBot, which is currently in Beta.
Today we are going behind the scenes with the popular WordPress plugin SuperSide Me. We will talk with Robin Cornett (@robincornett), the developer of SuperSide Me, who is a photographer turned developer with a passion for accessibility.
SuperSide Me is a mobile side menu plugin for managing simple or complex navigation in WordPress with a beautiful side panel design. This plugin is fast to setup, easy to modify, and accessible out of the box.
Today we are going behind the scenes of the popular WordPress plugin Social Warfare.
Social Warfare adds beautiful, lightning-fast social share buttons to your website or blog. We will talk with Dustin W. Stout, co-founder of the Social Warfare plugin and the driving force behind the front-end design and branding of Warfare Plugins.