Now when your plugin finally has been uploaded to wordpress.org, you’ll eventually want to update it. That’s what I’m going to explain how to do in this second post about publishing and updating a WordPress plugin.
You are ready, the client is ready, the site is ready. The time has come to push yet another WordPress site to the internet. You deploy the files. You migrate the database. The site has gone live! And something has broken.
But the site worked both locally and on the testing server! The only difference is…nginx.
About a month ago, I finally released my plugin Responsify WP on wordpress.org. It was a fairly simple process, even though it was my first time doing this. But as always in this business, there were moments when I found myself asking Google for help. Therefore I decided to write this little guide on how to publish a WordPress plugin.
Today is a big day. This last tuesday in July 2014, I officially became an author of a real, living WordPress Plugin. Welcome to the world Responsify WP!
I usualy don’t build any applications of a larger kind. Instend I spend most of my time building medium size sites
with WordPress. But that doesn’t mean that it’s a waste of time studying how to architect larger applications.
Once in a while, you might need to build some functionality that is more complex. Then it would be good to have, at least some knowledge, about design patterns and best practices.
We all want to avoid spaghetti code, don’t we?