When designing an app, it's a good idea to map out the content model so you know what type of content you are working with, and how each type of content will be handled.
- [Instructor] Out of the box WordPress has…two main content models.…The Post which has a post title,…the content itself,…a post excerpt, categories, tags,…an author name, and a publishing date.…And Pages, which have the page title and the page content.…For Task Book to work, we need a new custom…pulls type called Task,…and that custom pulls type needs its own content model.…Because we're collecting a lot more data…than just a title and a description of the task.…So let's set up a new content model for…the task custom pulls type and map each…of the types of content to either a field at WordPress,…or what we need to build to make it all work.…
If you look at a task it has a number of different fields.…Starting with Task name or title.…So then we have the Task description,…that would be the actual description…of the actual task itself.…We have the Prediction,…this is what the user types in that they anticipate…will happen when performing this task.…We have the Pre-task stress level,…which is that ranking from very stressed…
- Planning the application
- Extending WordPress with a plugin
- Setting up the standalone application
- Configuring OAuth 2 in WordPress
- Building the task list view
- Building the new task view
- Creating a new task via the REST API
- Displaying conditional content
- Visualizing data using Graph.js
Skill Level Advanced
1. Plan the Application
2. Extend WordPress with a Plugin
3. Set Up the Standalone Application
Review of user flow2m 34s
4. Build the Task List View
5. Build the New Task View
6. Build the Update/View Task View
7. Bonus Features
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