Tag: wordpress

Analyzing WordPress Hook Usage with Azure Data Lake

WordPress provides a large number of hooks that allow plugins to extend and modify its behavior. A few months ago, I was curious about which of these hooks are popular, and which of them are hardly ever used. I was also looking for

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Using ReactJS in WordPress Plugins

When I first started developing the Sift Science for WooCommerce plugin last year, I needed interactive controls on the Orders page that displayed fraud scores and allowed the admin to flag fraudulent users. I didn’t want to reload the page every time the user took

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