Piklist WordCamp NYC Presentation

WordPress.TV just posted the presentation Kevin and I did at WordCamp NYC 2012. This was the first time we demonstrated Piklist to an audience and the response was more than we could hope for.  The video shows off the power of Piklist and what can be built with it, using simple arrays for fields. Please note that the code we are showing in the video is actually simpler today than it was at WordCamp.

You can also view on WordPress.tv.

15 thoughts on “Piklist WordCamp NYC Presentation

  1. Patrick says:

    Great tool. It blows me away.

  2. Erich says:

    Thank you for making this! I’m wanting to make a web app with WordPress with this plugin.

  3. balka says:

    Piklist is awesome, I will consider to use it for my next project

    1. Steve says:

      Cool! Let us know if you have any questions.

  4. Bartosz says:

    Looks like the most promising WordPress project.

    1. Steve says:

      Thanks! We really appreciate the kind words.

  5. SO, what is the target date for the roll-out ?

    1. Steve says:

      Piklist Core is out and being used by the community. You can download it at WordPress.org.

  6. Pete says:

    This is what WordPress has been missing! I reluctantly used Drupal this time last year to build a repair ticketing system for the place I work. It’s similar to the Views module and Custom Content Fields. Can’t wait for the UI!

  7. Paul Hart says:

    Nice informative video, I was looking for a guide on how you presented the user facing form and noticed that the demo folder structure in that video included a form folder which is not mentioned anywhere? any tips MUCh appreciated… thanks for what looks like an awesome framework

    1. Steve says:

      Hey Paul– Frontend forms are not fully secure yet so we haven’t posted any documentation on how to use them. As soon as they are secure, we will announce on the site.

  8. Paul Hart says:

    Nix that, just read your reply in the support forums, http://piklist.com/support/topic/front-end-forms/ front end forms not ready yet :-(

  9. Paul Hart says:

    thanks Steve – looking forward to that

  10. mrrabe says:

    I’m new with PikList, I’m out of track are there any other references?

    1. Steve says:

      User document is here > and you can place support tickets here >.

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