PhotoSwipe version 5 is now available. This version has a modular structure and has been fundamentally revised to also work reliably with current browsers and smartphones.
My WordPress plugin Lightbox with PhotoSwipe will also use PhotoSwipe 5 in the near future. Since any previous adjustments regarding styling are not compatible with PhotoSwipe 5, the older version will initially continue to be available as a selection.
Be warned! It turns out that using Twig or any other depencies with composer in WordPress is in fact a bad idea! The problem is that other plugins or themes may also use the same components but in different version – and then this may end up in all kind of conflicts! For the time being I do NOT recommend to follow this article!
The basic structure of WordPress plugins is kept rather simple:
The file readme.txt file with a description in the header and a PHP file for the plugin initialization are required as a minimum requirement in the plugin directory. It is not absolutely necessary to implement your own classes, since the code is executed directly by WordPress – however, organizing it into classes makes readability and maintainability much easier.
A whole range of devices is available under the name “M-Tester” which can automatically detect electronic components such as transistors, diodes, resistors, capacitors, etc. and test their properties. Hence the name: “M-Tester” is the abbreviation for “Multi-function Tester”.
All products of this type go back to the article “AVR Transistortester” at mikrocontroller.net, which first described a transistor tester based on an ATmega8/168/328 and an LCD with 2×16 characters in 2012. The latest version of these devices, such as the “M-Tester T7” or “M-Tester TC1”, offers a color display with a graphic display of the components and an infrared sensor with which the function of remote controls can also be checked.
Nextcloud supports a search via the web interface and in the clients. However, only file names are compared and not searched for in file contents. However, there is the option of setting up a full-text search.