Tag: plugins

Avoiding feature bloat in plugins

These are just a few awesome, practical tips to keep in mind if you work on any plugins. What’s great is that if you choose to do so, you can build your plugins in such a way that it can be extendable to include features that don’t belong in core, but would be used by […]

Posted: August 11, 2014

My Top 10 Sublime Text Plugins

If I were a gambling man I’d wager that you’re probably a Sublime Text 2 user. In fact I might go so far as to say it’s probably running on your machine right now. If so, definitely have a look at this list of plugins for the app, it’s a great collection. While I don’t […]

Posted: January 17, 2013

Measuring impact of plugins on WordPress loading

Measuring impact of plugins on WordPress loading – Benchmark | Dev4Press. Working with any system comes with some inherent responsibility. Systems can be abused just as much as they’re used and it’s the abuse that tends to give a great system a terrible name. I think that happens with WordPress in certain ways. While a […]

Posted: January 10, 2012

WordPress Plugins I Always Use

I was just now asked by @VinThomas which WordPress plugins I always use. With 140 characters being too limiting, and my thought of “I love lists like this!” here we have it: Pods CMS/PodsUI Attachments Bad Behavior (since Akismet is now “commercial”) Debug Bar & Debug Bar Console Google Analytics for WordPress Gravity Forms Members […]

Posted: March 09, 2011

Two WordPress Plugins: Post Notes and Post Gallery

A small writeup surrounding the release of my first two WordPress Plugins

Posted: February 08, 2009