Creating a Professional WordPress Development Workflow With Vagrant – Tuts+ Code Tutorial

As developers, we all know that creating a sustainable and uniform local WordPress development workflow can be challenging and complex. Programs like MAMP, WAMP, and XAMPP theoretically make the setup of a local web server easy, but, for anyone who has tried it you know that it can be riddled with bugs and far from ideal.

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Building an App from Your WordPress Site with AppPresser – Tuts+ Code Tutorial

AppPresser provides a great mix of ease of implementation with deeper technical control for developers. It uses plugins to integrate with Adobe’s Phonegap platform. With custom extensions and additional development, you can integrate with any device feature supported by Phonegap such as contacts, geolocation, the camera or the accelerometer.

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Tips for Writing Maintainable WordPress Themes: Tools – Tuts+ Code Article

Throughout this series, we’ve been talking about a number of practices that we can employ in our WordPress theme development that will help not only provide a consistent foundation off of which we can build our existing and future projects, but that will also help us maintain them after they’re released.

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Understanding and Working with Data in WordPress – Tuts+ Code Tutorial

A WordPress website consists of three main elements: The WordPress installation itself The contents of the wp-content directory which includes the themes, plugins and uploads The database, where all the content is stored. Most WordPress users never come into direct contact with the database and may not even be aware that it’s constantly working to populate their site.

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Object-Oriented Programming in WordPress: Functions and Attributes

As we continue our discussion of object-oriented programming within the context of WordPress, it’s time for us to begin talking about actual features of object-oriented programming. Though we’ve already covered classes, we needed to explore some foundational programming constructs before coming back around to some of the core object-oriented concepts.

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