In this mini-course plugin developer Ben Croker walks through some Craft plugin development fundamentals. Learn the steps involved in setting up a basic plugin, how to add a Settings page, and more.
Ben runs PutYourLightsOn, a software development company behind some of your favourite plugins. With a background in Computer Science, Ben is passionate about user experience and data visualisation, which he puts to good use when designing and building back-end systems.
Getting Started with Craft Plugin Development is made up of the following videos:
|1||Building Your First Plugin||Ben introduces the steps involved in building your first Craft 3 plugin.||06:42|
|2||Adding a Settings Page to a Craft Plugin||This video covers the fundamentals of adding a settings page to your Craft plugin.||08:51|
|3||Building Craft Plugin Pages||Ben walks through how to add additional pages to your plugin's control panel interface.||05:42|
|4||Processing Form Fields||In this video walks through how to process forms in your plugin's control panel interface.||09:53|
|5||A PhpStorm Primer||Ben shows us some tips on using PhpStorm while writing code for a Craft plugin.||08:31|
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