The WordPress database class and the other various APIs available make it pretty easy to interact with the WordPress database but often times you need to go a step further and create a custom API specific to your plugin's database tables. Large plugins especially can benefit from having a custom database API as it standardizes common tasks, making them more reliable, more repeatable, and simpler to debug . . .
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