With Scratch (https://scratch.mit.edu/), you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations – and share your creations with others in the online community. Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively – essential skills for life in the 21st century.
Now, with LS oEmbed support for Scratch Mit you can just copy-paste the URL from a scratch project into the content area of a post or page
and it will by transformed to oEmbed.
Its 1st WordPress plugin Sch.gr Commons plugin. adds oEmbed support in WordPress posts, pages and custom post types for videos, presentations etc from the vod-new.sch.gr, mmpres.sch.gr sites of Greek Schools Network. There are no settings.
Simply, add the URL in your content editor. Just paste the given “Απευθείας σύνδεσμος” link from the “Κοινοποίηση” section of a video from vod-new.sch.gr into the content area and it will by transformed to oEmbed into your post, page or custom post type.
SlideSnack.com is a great presentation sharing tool that enables you to easily upload and share presentations online.
But there was a small “gap” if you wanted to embed your presentation into a WordPress site. You had to use iframe. NOT any more.
With the LS Snacktools plugin you can just copy-paste the given “Link to this post” from Slidesnack.com into the content area and it will by transformed to oEmbed into your post, page or custom post type.
For a Buddypress installation of mine, I needed to add external rss feeds to groups. There is a great plugin for this work called BP External Group Blogs (http://wordpress.org/plugins/external-group-blogs/). Don’t let the name fool you, it supports RSS feed from every source, not just blogs. The plugin give group creators and administrators to attach external RSS feeds to groups. The posts appear within the activity stream for the group.
But I also needed a separate group tab to display those external posts (like the documents tab). So I made a simple extension plugin which does exactly that.