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Last year was a very exiting year for me. I’ve started to professionally code WordPress plugins. During this time I’ve learnt so much and I came across the idea to make something like a WordPress Plugin Framework just to speed things up. The thing is that there are some features nearly every plugin needs. And why coding it over and over again in every single plugin?
So I’ve started making it. I’ve tested a few things out and used it already in my Google Custom Search For WordPress Plugin. I think that the framework is still in a beta mode but it already has a version number of 3.0. This is because I’ve constantly worked on it while programming my plugins. A version number like 0.3 would be much more appropriate but it is how it is now. Don’t blame me! :-)
Unfortunately there is no download yet. This is because I don’t think it’s ready-to-use to go ‘into the wild’ mode. I’ve planned to upload it to Github very soon. So please be patient.
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As I wrote above. The framework isn’t ready for production at the moment. So please be patient. I will upload it to Github soon.