Tag: jquery

  • Using Gulp in WordPress

    Using Gulp in WordPress

    Gulp for WordPress themes and Plugins can boost your development speed. One word AUTOMATION in basic terminology that defines gulp. Web developers often find themselves doing repetition in small and tedious work on daily basis which can be simplified by implementing gulp and automation. Without gulp assumption -> repetitive tasks = time consuming = loss in productivity. With […]

  • Twitter Plugin

    Twitter Plugin

    Ahoy hoy! I am currently developing a new plugin for WordPress which connects with Twitter using the Twitter REST API. Since, i did not find any helpful plugins that is highly customizable or free, i decided to make it myself. I will be releasing this plugin soon. The code will soon be available in Github […]

  • Zoom Video Conferencing WordPress Plugin

    Zoom Video Conferencing WordPress Plugin

    Zoom Video Conferencing WordPress Plugin was Edited on: January 30th, 2017 Over the month zoom is being updated and this plugin has been updated as well. Please refer to this post for latest discussions and documentation. From version 2.0 this plugin has changed drastically. Today i launched a new version with better refined codebase of the […]

  • Making AJAX Requests in WordPress

    Making AJAX Requests in WordPress

    This article will guide you on the basics of using AJAX request in WordPress. Before reading this article you should already know the following things: Basic Guidelines on how ajax works. Basics on Actions hooks Basics on Jquery Ajax can be used in multiple ways  but in WordPress it is a bit different and might […]

  • Gulp and Grunt. Ah! The Two Task Runners

    Gulp and Grunt. Ah! The Two Task Runners

    Gulp.js is a new Node based automated task runner that has been causing lots of buzz. Although automation and task runners are not a new idea, they have become very popular in the front-end community after the introduction of Grunt.js. Grunt was built by Ben Alman to help simplify the process of automating repetitive tasks. […]