Last few years were busy for us. We were working on various projects but as they were different from the profile of LowGravity.pl we never featured them in our portfolio. In the meantime we started few personal projects. Dariusz focused on social media in sports. You can follow him at his Facebook fanpage or check […]
After long break caused by my relocation to another country I would like to get back on track with my blog postings. I hope that you will find them being fresh and interesting. Recently while working on our newest product for Malcolm Delaney I came across interesting issue. As you know I am a big […]
Update 25th of Nov, 2016 Recently I’ve restarted my technical blog under https://kamilgrzegorczyk.com where you can find my newest articles about the development and everything around. I will be posting new tutorials mostly there but I plan to cross-post them also on this website. A bit of theory In my last project I tried to […]
One of my previous visitors asked for examples showing the usage of bulk actions. The lack of this functionality was one of the main issues of pods in version 1.x. Many of my clients were asking me for a solution to better manage hundreds (or even thousands) of records they had in their DBs.
Today I’ve written a short tutorial to show you how to leverage pods framework pre-save filter in order to automatically get address coordinates using Google geocoding functionalities. Prerequisites: Google geocoding API documentation My previous tutorial about actions and filters As I stated in previous post – most of my tutorials code will be hosted on […]
Few days ago I have made big step in our company history and added an open source repository to my GitHub account (we use CodeBaseHQ and private GitHub repositories for our clients’ work). Pods Framework The first repository I have created there was pods framework examples where I moved most of the code from previous […]
Introduction Recently I was asked to show an easy way of building pods UI plugin which is a bit less advanced that the one described in previous tutorial: building pods framework UI plugin – basic setup. Additionally one of the readers asked me to show an easy example of a post-save hook which sends an email […]
Today I would like to show you how to easily build your own plugin which will manage UI for PODS framework. As Pods is considered a plugin for more experienced users I would consider my tutorial a bit advanced too. I am a fan of building static classes which can be easily maintained and extended whenever we […]
In the third part of my series about PodsCMS 2.x I would like to write a little about new action hooks which were introduced recently. Previously we used a small number of helper functions which were a bit limited when it comes to possible usage cases, their debug and development wasn’t too clear also. Now the things […]
Pods_ui is a very powerful function which is responsible for building custom admin interfaces in Pods 2.0. Similar to pods_ui_manage from version 1.x this function helps us in building customized interfaces which fit our needs. The problem is that the current documentation is not up to date and all of the code examples are using deprecated parameters syntax but they are not setting $deprecated to true. Also there is no distinction between deprecated and up to date functions – which means that we cannot build code which uses newest features and is 100% compatible. That is why I have decided to write this short article to help You with this task along with few very simple examples.
A few words of introduction Pods framework is a great framework for WordPress built by Scott Kingsley Clark and his team. You can find the plugin in WordPress.org directory or directly on projects website – podsframework.org. At LowGravity I have used this plugin for various purposes – from small widgets to enhanced statistics system and various […]