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Building Powerful Websites and Web Applications with Piklist – Steve Bruner



Steve Bruner presents Building Powerful Websites and Web Applications with Piklist at WordPress NYC Meetup at AlleyNYC on Sep 17 2013.

At Matt Mullenweg’s “State of the Word” presentation at WordCamp San Francisco this year, he announced the results of 30,000 person survey about WordPress usage… only 6% of users use WordPress as a pure blogging system. That leaves 94% of users kicking WordPress up a notch… Piklist helps you do that.

In this presentation, Steve demonstrates how you can build powerful Websites or even a Web Application with WordPress, using the Piklist framework.
• Easily add fields to your Custom Post Type, Taxonomy, User Profile and Settings Pages.
• Build Widgets with just a little bit of code.
• Create your own Dashboard Widgets.
and so much more…

Steve walks through a Contact Management system built with Piklist and shows how you can easily customize it to your specific needs.

Lastly there is also a preview of the upcoming Piklist Fields Manager. Point… Click… Add a field. No coding required!

Steve Bruner is the organizer of the WordPress NYC Meetup, CEO of SlipFire LLC; a WordPress development shop, and Partner at Piklist LLC; a company building the most powerful WordPress framework available: Piklist.

Building Powerful Websites and Web Applications with Piklist

Tuesday, Sep 17, 2013, 7:00 PM

Alley NYC
500 7th Ave, 17th Floor New York, NY

76 WordPress Fanatics Went

At Matt’s “State of the Word” presentation at WordCamp San Francisco this year, he announced the results of 30,000 person survey about WordPress usage… only 6% of users use WordPress as a pure blogging system. That leaves 94% of users kicking WordPress up a notch… Piklist helps you do that.In this presentation, we will demonstrate how you can …

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