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Dummynator

Dummynator – Insert Blocks With Dummy Content To Gutenberg

Dummynator, a simple plugin that allows you to add paragraph & list block with random content to Gutenberg. Recently working with Gutenberg we had to add random content to few pages & our laziness lead us to this plugin.  It was the perfect opportunity for us to use the Gutenberg plugin & sidebar API. Currently, the plugin provides few options & content type but yes we plan to add more options soon. Checkout Dummynator in action below. Want to play around with “Dummynator”, head over to our Gutenberg playground – https://gutenberg.lubus.in/ Dummynator is available for download on WordPress plugin repo – https://wordpress.org/plugins/dummynator Want to dive…

Handy WordPress Plugins

Handy WordPress Plugins For Developers – Part 3

At LUBUS, we have been fortunate enough to work on different kind of projects which has helped us learn & explore WordPress. We try our best to avoid using plugins for every other requirement which can be simply implemented with few lines of code. But there are scenarios when plugins come in handy. For us, these plugins are tools & utilities which help us perform tasks during development. These plugins have been helping us on our various projects. We are sharing them in series of articles covering 5 plugins in each post along with scenarios when we used them. Reset WordPress Database Not every…

Handy WordPress Plugins

Handy WordPress Plugins For Developers – Part 2

At LUBUS we have been fortunate enough to work on different kind of projects which has helped us learn & explore WordPress. We try our best to avoid using plugins for every other requirement which can be simply implemented with few lines of code, but there are scenarios when plugins come in handy. For us, these plugins are tools & utilities which help us perform tasks during development. These plugins have been helping us lot on our various projects. We are sharing them in series of articles cover 5 plugins in each post along with scenarios when we used them. Cleaning Database With migrations…

Handy WordPress Plugins

Handy WordPress Plugins For Developers – Part 1

At LUBUS we have been fortunate enough to work on different kind of projects which has helped us learn & explore WordPress. We try our best to avoid using plugins for every other requirement which can be simply implemented with few lines of code. But there are scenarios when plugins come in handy. For us, these plugins are tools & utilities which help us perform tasks during development. These plugins have been helping us a lot on our various projects. We are sharing them in series of articles covering 5 plugins in each post along with scenarios when we used them. Updating URL’s Moving…

Display Upcoming WordCamp’s On WordPress Post Or Page

A couple of months back we released WordPress plugin to display upcoming WordCamp’s on the wp-admin dashboard, you can read about it here for more details. Post that we have been receiving the request from many users & developers to add in support for the shortcode. We have been planning to add the support for shortcode & Visual Composer so that details can be easily displayed at different places, not just wp-admin dashboard. Finally, with the release of v0.6, you can use the shortcode to display WordCamps anywhere or Visual Composer widget if you use Visual Composer page builder. Currently, shortcode doesn’t have any…

WordPress Plugin To Display Upcoming WordCamps On wp-admin Dashboard

It’s been quite few years for us designing & developing websites & apps powered by WordPress. Lately we have been planning to use our experience on various projects and share them in the form of useful plugins. wordpress.org repository already has many great plugins created by awesome developers around the world. So we were looking at building something which can add value and be useful both at the same time like everyone hopes for at the start. As these days we are looking forward to various WordCamps happening around, we try to keep our self updated. We saw this idea posted by Ratnesh Sonar on the forum regarding…