Tag: Josh Pollock
The Hybrid Plugin/SaaS Business Model
Editor’s note: Today we’re delighted to invite back one of WPShout’s dearest friends: Josh Pollock!
Understanding Copies & References in PHP
The inner workings of PHP aren’t something most WordPress developers need to worry about too much. Especially if you focus on the front end and are a master of flex-box (I’m neither) you probably can safely never understand the subtleties of copies and passing-by-reference in PHP (or any other programming language). But as you make more complex plugins, this stuff starts to get kind of important. Important enough that you should read this great article by our friend Josh Pollock and get at least a little familiar with it.
Free E-Book on the REST API from Josh Pollock
In line with this week’s interview with REST API educator galore Josh Pollock, here’s a public service announcement that Josh has published a wonderful and completely free (as in beer) e-book introduction to the REST API over on Torque.
Your Guide Into the WordPress REST API: An Interview with Josh Pollock
Getting Familiar with Nonces in WordPress
Our pal Josh Pollock has a great little post over on Torque about the what, why, and how of using nonces in WordPress. They’re a pretty developer-specific feature — an average user doesn’t and shouldn’t have to understand — but they’re powerful and important to prevent some of the most basic security vulnerabilities.