- Okay, you've written your plugin,…you think it's really awesome,…or at least it might be helpful to some people,…and you'd like to get it out there into the world.…Let's look at some various methods…you can use to distribute your plugin.…First and foremost, I'd say,…publish it on your own website.…Of course, you should have your own website,…and if you do, you can package it up,…upload it there, write a blog post about it,…or something along those lines,…and include a download as part of a post.…This is certainly something that's worth doing…regardless of any other methods you might choose.…
Next, I'd recommend publishing it on GitHub.…If you make your plugin open source,…that opens you up to getting pull requests from people.…That is, people can make a change to your code,…tell you they've done it,…and then you can incorporate their changes…without having to do a whole lot of work on your own.…It's also pretty easy to get your stuff…up onto GitHub, once you learn how GitHub works.…Where can you learn how GitHub works?…
- Writing basic jQuery filters
- Converting filters to plugins
- Converting code to plugins
- Making plugins configurable
- Adding appearance options and functions
- Distributing jQuery plugins
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Foundations of jQuery Plugins
2. Writing Your First Plugin
3. Diving Deeper with a Complex Plugin
4. Advanced Topics
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