As in the carbon plugin-dynamically add fields to the field?

Good afternoon.
There is such a plugin, theme-options, but he is too tricky.
I use the same plugin carbon-fields.
Saw in one video, how to set up the plugin, theme-options so that you can add a field on the post page dynamically.
For example, there are advantages and the 4 elements. You create the settings for one block that has the title, text and image in a loop and then output these blocks. And on the page, can add dynamically how many blocks you want.

Here is a link to a video time reference for the plugin theme-options https://youtu.be/pInL839c-QU?list=PLzFj4L-LMRzszss...

How to make the same behavior for the plugin carbon-fields?

Hope you get the idea))

Thanks in advance.
March 23rd 20 at 18:53
1 answer
March 23rd 20 at 18:55
Solution
It's called repeater (repeater field). Carbon Fields look Complex Field and Repeating Groups.
Cool, now any page builder I don't need)) - King_Jacobson commented on March 23rd 20 at 18:58
How do you combine lavavel and wordpress?
After all, this is a completely different system and those who work with php frameworkadmin hate wordpress.
Or is it not so? - King_Jacobson commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:01
@King_Jacobson, WP I hate those who know, and those who simply belongs to the category of haters are people who believe that everything that doesn't meet certain criteria - shit. These people live in a black and white world, but the reality is we contains a huge amount of semitones. WordPress tool. With its pluses and minuses (as well as Laravel, Symfony, Zend Framework, YII or any other framework in any other language). This tool has strengths due to which it became popular. Legacy code is a minus for developers. But it's just legacy code. It's working fine. Not like the architecture - well, OK, use another tool, why hatiti then? This is not to say that all that is not MVC - shit. Besides, if you want WordPress can be used as a "black box", to use a familiar format - it would wish. Read the example here this is my answer, there is some useful information that partially answers your question.

Well, keep in mind that the active hatat WP mostly in the Russian segment of the Internet, people in the West to this simple attitude, as I am more pragmatic. - Orin37 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:04
@Orin37, Thank you for your detailed response.
What php framework is offer to teach beginner, after wordpress? - King_Jacobson commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:07
Oh, and one more important point about "those who are working with php frameworks". The developer, working with MVC, OOP and popular quality framework is not automatically a good developer. For me, all "Laravel developer, YII developer, React developer" is a signal that is either narrow specialist, sharpened at one specific tool or stoned and a limited "specialist" that anything else simply does not know. This theme is familiar for jQuery - during the mass popularity of this library really existed jQuery developers, for whom the step in the conventional side Javascript (which jQuery is written, as we know) was a complete fiasco - they couldn't write simple code in 20 lines of pure JS. It is surprising, but it still exists, including (if not primarily) - in ecosystems, without exception, all frameworks. There are people who started learning from a specific framework, even bypassing the base for the language itself. And outside of their framework they are simply not able to do anything. Such characters usually hatat all that is outside of their ecosystem and what they do not own.

PS: in Fairness, in the WordPress ecosystem of these characters is also more than enough :) - Orin37 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:10
@Orin37, I totally agree with you.
Most importantly, never stop learning)) - King_Jacobson commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:13
@King_Jacobson, I would advise you to learn on 2 directions:
1. The PHP framework and basis. Patterns. Theory in General, not just PHP. This is necessary and paramount in the strategic plan for the long term. Having a good base you will be able to learn a new programming language, not the framework.
2. Laravel and Symfony. To teach both, not limited to one. They have a lot in common and many differences (what are often conceptually). From Symfony components are isolated and decoupled from the framework so that they are used in the same Laravel (and can use in any of your code, including WordPress). As a commercial tool to provide services for the development of sites, IMHO, more practical than Laravel Symfony - below the input threshold above the speed of development. But if you use the tools in the ecosystem (e.g., Nova Laravel, Laravel Forge, Laravel Spark, Laravel Echo, etc.), it allows you to build a full cycle with a sufficiently high degree of efficiency. Symfony, in turn, more flexible if you want to do it "his way." To know both - a solid Foundation for the future. - Orin37 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:16
@Orin37, Thanks for the advice.
I have a year ago started to learn yii, I found a good rate, but then realized that too much work on the site, and I work alone, and therefore gave up and began usilenie to learn wordpress.
My chain is as follows: layout, jquery, javascrip, wordpress.
Once he began to study vue.js but there is also a specific framework. - King_Jacobson commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:19
@King_Jacobson, Vue makes sense to teach in the ecosystem Laravel - there is no it anywhere. In the WordPress ecosystem right now, you need to learn React. jQuery I'd tried to replace the vanilla, and in the pursuit to learn pure JS.
began to study vue.js but there is also a specific framework

Of course it has its own kitchen. But then again, knowing JS, you can quickly understand the basics and React, and Vue, and Angular, and Embed, and even Expess. They are different frameworks from which there are as differences (including conceptual) and a lot in common. Knowing clean language and theory + after studying one framework, you become free to choose - learning any new framework is a matter "to sit down to read the Doc's and best practices and begin to cut, dealing with the rest of the course". - Orin37 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:22
@Orin37, thank you for your detailed response. - King_Jacobson commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:25
@King_Jacobson,
I have a year ago started to learn yii, I found a good rate, but then realized that too much work on the site, and I work alone, and therefore gave up and began usilenie to learn wordpress.

Because YII this framework. And WordPress is already a CMS. There are also on the market written in popular CMS frameworks. Can dig in their direction (statamic, grav, october, etc.) - Orin37 commented on March 23rd 20 at 19:28

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