WordPress plugin to embed waves

Yesterday I wrote about Wavr plugin to WordPress. This blog was liked to from a number of posts. Offlineblog has a log description on how the plugin functions. Mashable wrote about the applications of the plugin and embedding waves in different media. The last 3 links was exact copies of the Mashable article.

I must admit, I did not do a very good job in research. There is also the plugin wp-wave-shortcodes which does the same. I’m not able to try the plugin on since, they both uses the same codes.

I doubt there is a large difference in the two plugins work at the moment. It is very limited what the Embed API supports at the moment. What will be interesting will be to see how the two plugins will develop with the next release of the Embed API.

I’m sure that I get back to the subject on the WordPress plugins later, where more functions are published. I’m looking forward to include the Waves as comment section or making it work on other ways.

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Wavr a Google Wave plugin to wordpress

Yesterday I found the Wavr by Lucas Caro, a plugin which allows the user to add waves as embedded to the waves.

You just insert the code

[wave id="wave-id"]

and then you have the wave embedded in your post. Like showed bellow. The plugin requires the user to have a Wavesandbox account to see the waves, but then they can interact with the page directly. If not they just get an unauthorized page.

[wave id=”wavesandbox.com!w+ywmqSkT9%8″ bgcolor=”#ffffff”]

The plugin still have some more development, but it shows how easy it is to reuse conversation on ie blogs or Wikis.


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