Earlier, I shared with you a new base class I’m releasing into the wild. While that was a conceptually nice piece of code, and potentially useful, it didn’t really translate in usefulness without some actual code.
This could very well be a very good example for someone wanting to write their own routine. While it is custom to Expression Engine and would look different for other platforms, the bottom line is that the methods in the base class have to be fed certain data.
As with the base class, this is meant for advanced WordPress hackery and is not a plugin nor for rookies. I don’t mean to sound condescending, but it took me years to wrap my head around object oriented PHP and so please don’t ask me. :-)
I can say that if you dive into this code, you will find the roadmap to your own importer. This is fully functional. It works. It’s for Expression Engine, but it works. Your methods should return similar data.
One day I’ll get around to documenting it, but my mind is mush after working on this all weekend. :-)
Update: Oops, forgot where you can download. Subversion it is again:
svn co http://svn.aaronbrazell.com/wpwxr/tags/expression-engine/ expression-engine