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Both approaches are not mutually exclusive. As @gmazzap said, don’t create a callback hell. But you can provide an initial hook, so other developers don’t have to rely on the rather slow function_exists() checks. Example In your plugin, provide a hook that other developers can use to call your classes and functions safely. add_action( 'wp_loaded', [new ...


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Surely this approach has some benefits, but has also some issues. It's not really easy to use If the target of your plugin are WordPress developers, they will be very familiar with plugin API, but end users are not. For a non-developer, something like: $data = give_me_the_data(); It's easier to understand, remember and type than: $data = ...



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