I’ve been waiting for a while to publish a new plugin! I have a few, but they are old and outdated. I’ve learned a lot about making better WordPress Plugins (coding wise) and I’ve finally got a plugin with something more modern.
When I set out to develop a new plugin I wanted to build something I wanted. I’ve tried other note taking plugins, but nothing has been simple and exactly what I needed.
WP NoteUp is inspired by Simplenote and aims to be as like it as it can be. Simple and right to the point, just text.
A Pro Version
I have plans, though, to release a Pro version of the plugin that features some vanity items like note backgrounds but should also feature more features like Markup or the Visual Composer.
I know people want more than what WP NoteUp does out of the box with today’s release, sometimes I want more out of Simplenote too. So, the Pro version will have these things and give people that want more…more, and if you just want simple just go with the .Org version.
Note sure how much, not sure when I’ll get it done. But when I do, I’ll post something here.
Among the many things I learned at #wcphx this weekend is that a lot of developers are on Git vs. Bitbucket, so starting with GDU (Google Destination URL), I’ll be moving my public repos to Git (that are now on BitBucket).
So, please note GDU is now on Git.
And, by the way, this was pretty awesome at converting a mercurial repo to Git.
So, it’s only Saturday and I think I’m ready to deploy this plugin to WordPress.org so I can accomplish my goal to launch a new plugin during #wcphx!
I re-worked a few things…
…and so, I think the plugin is ready to go. I’ve submitted a previous version to the WordPress.org Plugin team and am awaiting a pass/go to deploy the plugin up!
If you want to check it out you can download the tip at BitBucket.
I’ve re-worked the plugin to use it’s own “Search Panel” instead of the way I was doing it before. It has been pushed to BitBucket.
Time to say goodnight. Got a working concept going, but still need to work out a few more kinks. May also rename this to something less Google-specific, like Better Destination URL.
Check this out on BitBucket, or do more reading on #wcphx and why I’m building a plugin.