A few days ago I presented the Dooodle application I built. You guys created some cool doodles and I totally love it!
But it’s still an independent application hacked into WordPress using basic widget. That means I can’t just share the code so you can use it too on your website (since you’ll have to set up a database, fill in config files, etc… Boring stuff). So yesterday I decided to compact this into a handy WordPress plugin.
And this is what I did: I give you Dooodl!
[UPDATE] Mark asked me to share the source of the Dooodl Creator App, so I did 😉 Feel free to send me links to your own creator. I might add different creators to the plugin, and let you choose in the WP-admin which one you’d like your visitors to use 🙂
If you install it, feel free to drop me a line. Feel free to post the url to your blog as well. I’d be happy to see who’s using it and what people are drawing 🙂
(And yes: If you find any bugs, do post them as comment underneath 😉 )