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ResursBank\Module\Data::getPrefix($extra)A prefixReturns the default prefix that is used by the plugin internally. Adding an extra variable, will return "the_prefix_$extra". For example, all configuration data are using "admin" as an extra parameter, so currently the returned data is trbwc_admin. Getting configuration data in this way, for example if you want to determine if the plugin is enabled the complete option key in the database looks like trbwc_admin_enabled.

$imageName is the short name (i.e. "logotype") of an image that usually resides in /images in the plugin structure.
Loading will occur with an autodetected file extension which limits the risks of loading something not allowed.

Example: getImage('author-photo')

ResursBank\Module\Data::getGatewayPath($subDirectory)Absolute path to plugin structure.By entering a subdirectory name it als returns /full/path/to/subDirectory.
Example: getGatewayPath('images')
Returns /full/path/to/plugin/images
ResursBank\Module\Data::applyFilters($filterName, $value[, $args])Whatever that is applied.

This is actually a standard apply_filters, but with a helper that always adds a proper prefix to every filters applied.

Example: applyFilters('checkout')
Will apply: rbwc_checkout

Note: Compare to applyFiltersDeprecated that instead generates "resurs_bank_checkout", to comply with prior plugin releases.

Always returns version number that lies within composer.json.
Always returns version number that lies within the initializer.
ResursBank\Module\Data::getValidatedVersionbooleanReturns true if both composer-version and internal version is the same. If not, the plugin should warn inside wp-admin that someone forgot to update this data.

Returns a Generic::class with properly configured template path pointing too plugin-directory/templates - adding templates to that directory in the extension .html makes it possible to call the class like this:

Code Block
$content .= self::getGenericClass()->getTemplate(
                'required_drivers' => self::getSpecialString('required_drivers'),
                'render' => $renderData,

The variables added to the second argument in the getTemplate-method could then be used like this:

Code Block
Required drivers: <?php echo $required_drivers ?>

ResursBank\Module\Data::getResursOptionA value

Using getResursOption directly will give you the opportunity to just send in a saved option key in the method. The default parameter keys are prefixed trbwc_admin and is added automatically. It also checks values against "boolean-like" valued strings like yes/true/no/false (via getTruth below).

As the prefix COULD possibly change, it is recommended to always use those internals.

ResursBank\Module\Data::getTruth($value)boolean or nullIf you are using get_options directly, you can use this function to determine if the returned option should be considered a boolean or string (on the values yes/true and false/no that is the default boolean value returned from a woocommerce setup). If the returned value is null, then you can use it as a string. This is entirely handled by Data::getResursOption if you decide to use that instead.
ResursBank\Module\Data::getFormFields($section)$formFieldArrayForm fields for admin based on section.