We are managing few websites in multiple industries most of them are related to custom development for eCommerce projects. These projects can vary from one time consulting call to a long period consulting.
After working in the field more than 7 years, we can definitely say that 100% of our customers we hires us again for their future projects and not only because we know what we do, but because we are giving every project the full intention that it needs.
If you are not familiar with API then here a quick definition:
API is standing for Application Programming Interface and it’s used for letting other users / developers to interact with your plugin actions and develop more products based on your plugin.
Let’s face it if you are a developer and never dealt with traffic and marketing than this will be one of the hard parts.
The one thing you know before you even start writing the first line of code is your marketing plan, this is what will be the difference between failure and success.
One of the most interesting features that was introduce in WordPress 3.7 is the automatic version updates.
The idea behind this system is very simple and it’s to minimize the administration actions a user needs to preform in order to keep his website update all the time.
The automatic updates system works on all core elements WordPress including the core files, themes and plugins.
You can find a lot of posts over the internet in blogs and even the official WordPress.org blog regarding the WordPress Automatic updates system, but no one really asks him the real question does it really a good thing?
This article will not try to answer this question as the answer can be changed from website to another and even from user to another.
Only times will tell if the new feature has improved website security and stability? Or in some cases the same automatic updates system will be ruin and crash the website just because the new plugin version is not stable as the previous one that was installed.
WordPress is very easy to use but sometimes it’s to easy. You can install a new WordPress plugin is just few seconds and even change your entire website design is just a few clicks.
But every ever wonder if the new plugin that you have just installed is a treat or a trick?
We have talked a lot on plugins security from the eye of the developers but in this special Halloween post we want to talk about your website security as an owner.
WordPress plugins are powerful and you can find many new plugins released every day into the WordPress plugin directory, but here is a fact that you probably don’t know about the WordPress plugin directory.
Anyone can submit a new plugin to the directory and no one really check it.
Now I know your would say that the WordPress team review every plugin but, the team only review the first plugin version that you send, and a plugin developer can upload a new version of the plugin and no one really is going to check it.
As a company that deals with WordPress Plugin development we are selling a lot of plugins, some of are commercial plugins like “Wishlist Registration Widget” and some of them are custom development plugins that we built especially for our customers needs.
Currently we are hiring 5 full time programmer that do you will programming work in our company.
Every programming hour have a cost and when we are releasing a product we know what the cost of plugin was are calculating the programming and designing time.
But when we are going to price the final product, are we selling programmer time or do we sell support services?