wedevs/wp-utils

Various WordPress classes and traits for WordPress

v1.1 2023-06-06 13:28 UTC

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README

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A collection of useful codes and utilities for WordPress plugin development. These simplifies common tasks and promote code reusability in WordPress projects.

Installation

Install the package via Composer:

composer require wedevs/wp-utils

Usage

ContainerTrait

With ContainerTrait you can easily store and retrieve dynamic properties within your classes, providing a flexible and convenient way to manage and access data without the need for explicitly defined class properties.

Usage example:

use WeDevs\WpUtils\ContainerTrait;

class MyPlugin {

    use ContainerTrait;

    public function __construct() {
        // Register an instance
        $this->my_service = new MyService();

        // Use the instance
        $this->my_service->doSomething();
    }

    // Rest of your plugin code...
}

HookTrait

The HookTrait provides reusable methods for managing WordPress action and filter hooks in your plugin. It simplifies the process of adding, removing, or executing hooks.

use WeDevs\WpUtils\HookTrait;

class MyPlugin {

    use HookTrait;

    public function __construct() {
        // Add an action hook
        $this->add_action( 'init', 'my_init_function' );

        // Add a filter hook
        $this->add_filter( 'the_title', 'my_title_filter' );
    }

    public function my_init_function() {
        // Actions to be performed during 'init'
    }

    public function my_title_filter( $title ) {
        // Modify the post title
        return $title . ' - Customized';
    }

    // Rest of your plugin code...
}

LogTrait

The LogTrait provides a simple logging mechanism for your WordPress plugin. It allows you to log messages to the PHP error log.

Usage example:

use WeDevs\WpUtils\LogTrait;

class MyPlugin {

    use LogTrait;

    public function some_method() {
        // Log an informational message
        $this->log_info( 'Some informational message.' );

        // Log an error message
        $this->log_error( 'An error occurred.' );

        // Log a debug message
        $this->log_debug( 'A debug message' );
    }

    // Rest of your plugin code...
}

SingletonTrait

The SingletonTrait implements the singleton pattern for your WordPress plugin classes. It ensures that only one instance of the class is created and provides a global access point to that instance.

Usage example:

use WeDevs\WpUtils\SingletonTrait;

class MySingletonClass {

    use SingletonTrait;

    // Rest of your singleton class implementation...
}

// Get the instance of the singleton class
$instance = MySingletonClass::instance();

// Use the instance
$instance->doSomething();

License

This project is licensed under the GPL 2.0 or Later License.