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How do you approach getting a plugin into the plugin store? There's a difference between writing a plugin for yourself versus one that you'd put in the plugin store for others to use. Andrew Welch, plugin developer at NyStudio107.com, weighs in on what to consider when developing a plugin for the Craft plugin store. He shares his two-pronged approach to thinking about plugin development.
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In this course we'll learn that we can ditch var_dump() and dd() and use an easier way to debug problems in our code.
Why do we call software issues "bugs", anyway? Andrew quizzes Ryan on the origin of the term.
Andrew drops some trivia in the livestream.
Andrew and Ryan answer questions about Craft license servers, how to build a custom module, and what debugging is.
Ryan steps through a few options for implementing subscription trials in Craft Commerce.
Andrew demonstrates how he uses an extended template to set global variables right in Twig. No PHP required!
Ryan and Andrew answer the viewer question on hosting.
Ryan and Andrew answer questions about where to start with front-end tooling, what makes a good Craft CMS hosting provider, and how to create a Twig global variable in Twig.