Creating a Strapi Plugin (Part 2)

Published: 07/21/2022

This is the second part of the Strapi plugin development series.

What did I do this week?

I completed the UI or the admin panel of our plugin. Our UI takes the credentials from the admin and then saves it to the Strapi store for future use. It takes credentials like Client ID,Client Secret etc. For building our admin UI we used buffet.js which is the UI library of Strapi. We tried to keep our UI as simple as possible and user friendly.

What is coming up next?

After this I am working on adding different routes to the plugin and creating corresponding controllers for them. We are following MVC architecture in development.

Did I get stuck anywhere?

No, This time everything was under control.