Out-of-the-box Toolset allows you to build advanced WordPress sites without programming. With a bit of custom PHP code, you can expand Toolset and turn it into a complete Web-application framework.
To help you start building your own features with Toolset, we prepared these two guides:
- Building Web Apps with Toolset
- Displaying Custom Functions with Views and Using Them in Conditional Logic
Migrating to Toolset
To help you migrate your sites and workflows to Toolset from other frameworks, we prepared the following guides:
- How to Migrate from Drupal to WordPress
- Migrating from ACF to Toolset
- How to Migrate from Custom Database Design into WordPress
Toolset Dynamic Sources in Popular Block Plugins
Toolset’s Dynamic Sources allows displaying WordPress fields, custom fields, and taxonomy in blocks.
It works with the built-in blocks that WordPress and Toolset offer, and with blocks from popular plugins.
When you’re already familiar with Toolset API, you will find detailed integration information in the following reference guides.
Using Toolset fields in PHP templates
Introduction to Toolset hooks and debug techniques
Toolset Shortcodes Reference
API, hooks and filters
- Views API Functions
- Views API Hooks
- Forms API Hooks
- Toolset Forms Commerce API Hooks
- Types API Hooks
- Toolset Custom Field API
- Layouts Cells API
- Layouts Framework API
- Access API Filters
- Post Relationships API
- Toolset integration with the REST API
Toolset Compatibility Program
Toolset’s compatibility program allows theme and plugin developers to prepare their products to power dynamic and highly advanced WordPress sites.