Professional WordPress Plugin Development Available for Presale on Amazon!

Pro WP Plugin Dev Book by Brad Williams

Pro WordPress Plugin Dev Book

My next book, Professional WordPress Plugin Development, is available for presale on Amazon.com!

Co-authored with Ozh Richard and Justin Tadlock, this book is the definitive guide for WordPress plugin development.

We cover a wide range of plugin dev topics including:

  • Plugin foundation
  • Creating widgets and shortcodes
  • Custom post types and taxonomies
  • WordPress coding standards and styles
  • Action and filter hooks
  • Best security practices

Pro WP Plugin Dev is the first of its kind with the many advanced topics covered. Most of these topics have never been in print!

Advanced plugin development topics include:

  • HTTP API including Google Map examples
  • JavaScript and Ajax
  • Cron event scheduling
  • Rewrite API and query handling
  • Multisite networks
  • Developer’s toolbox
  • and more!

This book is the next edition in the WROX programmer to programmer series. It was written by developers, for developers, and will teach you how to program WordPress in easy to understand tutorials and explanations. In fact this book comes packed with 80+ fully functional plugin examples and tutorials for download!

Make sure you reserve your copy today and don’t miss out on the WordPress plugin development goodness!

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Comments

  1. I was going to preorder it but sadly I found out that amazon doesn’t accept paypal payments…

    Is there another way of getting this book possibly paying it with paypal??

    • Not currently. Once the book is released it will be available at most book stores and on their online sites.

  2. What is the release date for the book? Amazon.ca has it listed as February 28th while the US site has it for March.

    • End of March is what we’ve been told, but sometimes it can be released earlier depending on when it’s actually printed.

  3. I loved your other book (Professional WordPress: Design and Development). I look forward to reading this one too!!!