Посадка верстки и создание тем на CMS WordPress (на русском)
WordPress: Building Apps with Angular – 2018 [ENG]
Author: Roy Sivan
The WordPress content management system can provide a solid foundation for applications built with Angular, the popular front-end framework. WordPress REST API services mesh smoothly with the expectations of Angular, giving developers the opportunity to create single-page applications that provide a sophisticated window on content stored in WordPress. In this course, join instructor Roy Sivan as he showcases how easy it is to build Angular applications—powered by WordPress—when using the Angular CLI. Discover how to create an Angular WordPress theme, a plugin, and a headless app that displays data from a WordPress website.
- Why Angular and WordPress?
- Setting up the Angular CLI and WordPress locally
- Creating services for modular code
- Creating app routes
- Creating Angular services and components
- Creating your search form
- Creating a new Angular app
- Extending with EZ Data
Become a WordPress Developer: Unlocking Power With Code – 2017
Description: Unlock the full power of WordPress and go beyond “just a blog platform” by learning how to code completely custom WordPress powered sites.
Description from creator:
- Install WordPress on your personal computer so you have a private playground copy of WordPress to practice and experiment with
- Get introduced to the PHP language (this is what powers WordPress)
- Set Up a New Theme (You’ll learn how to convert any HTML template into a living breathing WordPress theme)
- Create Custom Post Types and Custom Fields
- Leverage the WP REST API
- Let visitors sign up for a basic account on our site
- Build a “My Notes” feature (user specific single page application with real-time CRUD actions)
- Let users “like” or “heart” a professor (update the professor’s like count on-the-fly)
- Deploy our website live up onto the web for the entire world to view
- And much more!
- Basic WordPress knowledge (how to create a blog post, etc…)
- A basic understanding of HTML (e.g. “p” is for paragraph, “h1” is for headline, etc…)
- No CSS knowledge required (although it helps to understand that CSS is used to add style & design to a page)
Who this course is for:
- Developers who want to use WordPress as a true Content Management System and not “just a blog platform”.
- People who want to learn about the “REST API” which allows us to interact with WordPress data on-the-fly in real time.
- Anyone interested in custom post types, custom fields, and creating relationships between various content types.
- Welcome! 1 lecture 09:59
- Getting Started 4 lectures 30:35
- First Coding Steps: PHP 4 lectures 47:11
- WordPress Specific PHP 4 lectures 01:01:52
- Pages 6 lectures 01:32:43
- Building the Blog Section 5 lectures 01:12:17
- Workflow and Automation 5 lectures 36:39
- Events Post Type 7 lectures 01:58:08
- Programs Post Type 3 lectures 47:45
- Professors Post Type 4 lectures 01:01:48
- Cleaner Code (Less Duplication) 3 lectures 42:12
- Campus Post Type 5 lectures 59:22
- WordPress REST API (AJAX) 6 lectures 01:28:58
- Customizing the REST API 5 lectures 01:05:41
- Combining Front-End & Back-End 5 lectures 01:29:43
- Non-JS Fallback Traditional Search 2 lectures 38:59
- User Roles and Permissions 3 lectures 53:02
- User Generated Content 10 lectures 02:42:37
- Like or “Heart” Count for Professors 6 lectures 01:43:41
- Going Live: Deploying Our WordPress Site 6 lectures 01:23:17
- Extra Credit Challenges & Topics 2 lectures 23:16
- Extra Credit Challenges & Topics Continued 3 lectures 27:05
- VirtualBox and Vagrant 5 lectures 57:45