Creating forms in WordPress can be difficult. By using OOP and WordPress hooks, you can create forms that can be extended as needed and also perform various tasks. With popular plugins such as Gravity forms or Contact Form 7, you might not need to create forms on a regular basis, but in some custom solutions you might have to create your own forms.
Dynamic email templates are a very common thing and they are interesting to implement. In this tutorial we will create some email templates in our WordPress administration which will get populated by user data and sent to our email after a user registers.
WordPress remote functions are great to handle requests with other services. If you have various APIs which you want to access using WordPress, you can use those functions for everything. They can become a little cumbersome with all those settings, but with object oriented programming we can make our requests easier and even more readable.
WordPress Menu Items were unknown to me before I had to create a custom navigation item which has a dynamic URL based on the logged in user. I will introduce you to the WordPress Menu Item as a component which you can easily change as you want.
Have you ever used Jetpack Sharing module? This is a great module that displays sharing buttons at your will with enough settings to customise which social media you want to use and how will the buttons be displayed. In this tutorial we will create the sharing functionality similar to Jetpack.