Link Preview – WP plugin

WORDPRESS PLUGIN It’s very convinient way to show some link preview before clicking it. Thanks to linkpreview webservice, we created LinkPreview WordPress plugin that operates in 2 different view modes. You can modify settings according to your needs in dashboard -> settings -> link preview. These are the features available: Use LinkPreview through WordPress shortcode: […]

Link Preview

Linkpreview is web service (www.linkpreview.net) for retreiving SEO data information about specific URL. That data consists of page title image description url WORDPRESS PLUGIN It’s very convinient way to show some link preview before clicking it. We created LinkPreview WordPress plugin that operates in 2 different view modes. These are the features available: Use LinkPreview […]

Link preview project

  07/01/2015

In cooperation with interactive32, We started new project development at linkpreview.net. The main idea is to build a simple link preview element like the feature on Facebook after you paste some URL in new post. When the web service goes live and widget for WP is finished, you’ll be able to find out here!

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  • Notification Fakes in a Nutshell 25/05/2017
    If you check our ThreadTest class, you'll notice that we don't yet have a test that asserts that, each time a reply is added to a thread, a notification should be prepared for all thread subscribers. Let's use a notification fake to test this functionality. Review the source code for this episode on GitHub.
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  • Refactoring for the Better or Worse? 25/05/2017
    Let's perform a round of refactoring in this episode. But there's a twist! At the conclusion of the refactor, we'll take a very important step. That step is to ask ourselves, "Is the code better as a result of this refactor? Or did we make it more confusing?"
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  • Thread Subscriptions: Part 5 24/05/2017
    We can finally switch over to the client-side, and begin constructing a user-notifications Vue component that will be responsible for fetching all relevant notifications and rendering them within a "bell" dropdown panel. View the source code for this episode on GitHub.
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    Let's take a few moments to refactor the tests in our NotificationsTest class. A handful of tweaks should make this file far more simple to read and understand six months from now.
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  • Thread Subscriptions: Part 4 23/05/2017
    Now that a thread exposes the behavior that it can be subscribed to, we can move on to preparing all relevant user notifications each time the thread receives a new reply. To allow for this, we'll leverage Laravel's native notification functionality.
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