Creating a CRUD system in WordPress (2017)

How to create a CRUD system in WordPress – 2017

This article on creating a CRUD system in WordPress was published back in 2014. However we noticed that this topic became even more actual, so we decided to give it a fresh look. What is a CRUD system, how to integrate a CRUD system for MySQL in your WordPress site, what are pros and cons of using different approaches?

What is a CRUD system?

The abbreviation CRUD comes from Create, Read, Update, Delete. Which, in other words, means a data management system. In web it would most probably mean a piece of software which manages entries in your database. Usually it refers MySQL, PostgreSQL, MS SQL, or other DB engine.

wpDataTables 1.7.1 released – Charts.js support, Chart Live Preview and more

Hi everyone! We hope you had some great time during the winter holidays with your family and friends! Here at TMS-Plugins we were working hard during last couple of months, and now we are proud to introduce you the new 1.7.1 version of our plugin.

Here we’ll go through a brief overview of the new features.

DateTime and Time columns are here!

Hi, everyone!

We decided to extend the Beta testing period for the version 1.7, which was announced earlier, but for a good reason!

As it was probably the most anticipated feature since early days of the plugin, we decided to push it thing to the version 1.7: DateTime and Time column types.