4.15 (28 reviews)
☑ Wordpress plugin development with Svelte
☑ Use of Svelte
☑ Create a Wordpress plugin
☑ Link a HTML template to a plugin
☑ Architecture of a plugin using Svelte
Wordpress Plugin Development with Svelte
This course aims you to teach you how to code your own plugin on a Wordpress website. We are going to learn together how to start, how to activate our plugin and how to change our content dynamically.
At the end of this course, i'll provide you the entire plugin as files to use.
In this course, we are going to learn to use SvelteJS to create our first Wordpress Plugin. Step by step, we are going to:
Create a local Wordpress,
Create your first Wordpress plugin
Build our first Svelte app,
Create our first Svelte component,
Link Wordpress with our Svelte app,
Import Bootstrap as a CDN,
Import others scripts that we will need,
Show/hide a cookie banner,
Put/remove cookies from browser
What is Svelte?
Svelte: A new approach to building rich user interfaces
The outcome of this approach is not only smaller application bundles and better performance, but also a developer experience that is more approachable for people that have limited experience of the modern tooling ecosystem.
Create our first plugin
Display our plugin with shortcode
Create our Svelte.js app
Create our Svelte instance inside our project
Create our first Svelte component
Design our plugin
Full session of coding with Svelte - Component logic & design
Thank you so much !
appreciate this is a free course, so thanks for the work, but its pretty bad really, especially how things are set up in wordpress!
A very good course on integrating Svelte with WordPress. Guillaume provides enough context with both WordPress and Svelte to accomplish the tasks without requiring the student to be an expert, or even moderately familiar, with either technology. He shows you exactly what you need to know without going on tangents or going too deep.
Very good and easy to understand. How about creating a theme/page using Svelte.js? Blog page ? Thanks.
I am a Svelte fanatic, but I used WP heavily since 2004. I never expected to see these two things together. This course is a great idea. One note: you have a reference to AngularJS in the course description.