Google Wave Plugin WordPress
I don’t mind being over excited about Google wave, because I saw the google wave preview video. It’s worth being little over excited about.
Being over excited includes trying to know how it will be useful for me, and my friends, so, for those who love google wave and wordpress, let me introduce you to two wave plugins for WordPress.
update : Wanna try 8 more useful Google Wave Plugins ?
The first Google wave plugin for WordPress that I noticed is WordPress Wave ShortCodes. Â As far as I could see, it was the only plugin that has active development going Â on.
What it Does
Adds a shortcode to WordPress that makes it easy to embed Wave(s) in a post or page. It also adds a media button so one is not required to remember how a shortcode is structured.
That was from the plugin’s page on Google Code. So, it will help you add waves to your wordpress posts, with the use of short codes. To make it more simple, there will be a media button for this.
How to use
You will have a media button just like you have one for adding image or video, on the wordpress dashboard, where you write new posts and pages. When you click on that, you will get a menu where you can enter wave ID for your wave that you want to insert, and then specify font and background color etc.
Is there a Demo ?Â Can I try it ?
Yes, and No. There is a demo available here. But, you need a Google Wave Sandbox account to access the demo. If you are planning to develop a wave plugin, you can request it here. Â Others, wait until the end of this month, if you are lucky, you will get an account
Update : I found another one here