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WordPress Developer Toolkit

Description

WordPress Developer Toolkit is a handy tool for WordPress Developers. This plugin gives you 6 new shortcodes for displaying your WordPress plugins that are stored in the repository.
Once you add your plugins, you will have 6 shortcodes:

  • Display Plugin Description
  • Display Plugin Download Count
  • Display Plugin Version
  • Display Plugin Average Rating
  • Display Date Of Last Update
  • Display Link To Plugin File

All of this is synced to your plugin on the repository on a regular basic. So when you update your plugin, your shortcodes will automatically update.

You also get a statistics page in the admin panel. The statistics page shows:

  • Number Of Plugins You Have Entered
  • Total Downloads Of All Plugins
  • Overall Average Rating Of All Plugins
  • Overall Average Downloads Per Plugin

Make Suggestions Or Contribute

WordPress Developer Toolkit is on GitHub! I have plenty of items on my to-do list for this plugin. I would love to hear your feedback so feel free to open issues or comment on any existing ones. Feel free to fork and open pull requests!

Screenshots

  • Main Plugin Page To Enter Your Plugins
  • Statistics Page
  • Example Post With Shortcodes
  • Graph Comparing Plugin Downloads

Installation

  • Navigate to Add New Plugin page within your WordPress
  • Search for WordPress Developer Toolkit
  • Click Install Now link on the plugin and follow the prompts
  • Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

Or

  • Upload plugin dir to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  • Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

FAQ

How Do I Find My Plugin’s Slug?

There are a few ways. First, if you visit your plugin on wordpress.org, the end of the url is usually your slug. For example, the end of this plugin’s page is wordpress-developer-toolkit. Also, your folder in the SVN repository is also your plugin’s slug. Lastly, the folder that is created when installing your plugin is also the plugin’s slug.

I have an idea, how do I contact you?

Feel free to create an issue on GitHub or use the My Local Webstop Contact Us Page

Contributors & Developers

“WordPress Developer Toolkit” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

= 0.2.1 (April 22, 2015)
* Updated version number to reflect WordPress 4.2 compatibility

0.2.0 (March 3, 2015)

  • Added Refresh Now Button Issue #4
  • Added Bar Graph Comparing Plugin Downloads Issue #3
  • Bug Fix: Fixed Bug Affecting Cron Issue #5

0.1.0 (February 28, 2015)

  • Initial Version