The WordPress Plugin Boilerplate include a typically README file needed for any plugin. Explore the eight parts and what to do with them.
WordPress Plugin Boilerplate
Learn how to start your next plugin simpler and faster using the WordPress Plugin Generator, including all the options and what they mean.
Understand the central file for the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate, how it works, how to register hooks and filters, and additional parameters available.
Understanding the structure of the boilerplate makes building your plugin much easier. Learn how the boilerplate structures your plugin.
In this 6-part series, learn about the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate and how it’s the last tool you’ll need to build amazing WordPress plugins.
Here are seven reasons why you should use the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate to make WordPress plugins in the second post in the series.
Watch the video of my presentation about using the WordPress Plugin Boilerplate, get the slides, and follow along with the code samples.