Object-Oriented Programming in WordPress: Analysis
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Object-Oriented Programming in WordPress: Analysis, Part 2

In the first post in this series, I talked all about how I wanted to tackle about an introduction to

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Object-Oriented Programming in WordPress: Analysis, Part 1

When I first set out to offer memberships on this site, I knew the first thing I wanted to tackle

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Object-Oriented Programming in WordPress: Statement of Work

Before we get into the topic of object-oriented analysis and design (which is when most of us get the most

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Object-Oriented Programming in WordPress: Understanding Customer Expectations

As we continue to move forward discussion object-oriented programming in WordPress, it’s important that we make sure we’re not jumping

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Object-Oriented Programming: Understanding Interfaces

At this point, I’d say that the foundations of understanding object-oriented programming have been laid. Specifically, I’ve covered: Abstraction Encapsulation

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Two Pillars of Object-Oriented Programming: Part 2 of 2

As I mentioned in the first post of this series, you’re often going to hear about The Three Pillars of

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Two Pillars of Object-Oriented Programming: Part 1 of 2

When it comes to talking about object-oriented programming (or OOP), you’re likely to hear about The Three Pillars of Object-Oriented

Object-Oriented Programming in WordPress: Terms and Conditions
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Object-Oriented Programming in WordPress: Terms and Conditions

In the previous post in this series, we talked about defining requirements (or a statement of work) and why it

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WordPress Widgets: An Object-Oriented Approach

Years ago, I created the WordPress Widget Boilerplate aiming to be the following: An organized, maintainable boilerplate for building widgets

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WordPress Widgets: Starting with Standards

The purpose of this series is to start doing a deeper dive into working with object-oriented programming in the context

Detect Object-Oriented Programming: Inheritance
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WordPress Widgets: How to Detect Object-Oriented Programming

If you’ve not read the first post in this series, I recommend it, as we’re starting to get into writing

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WordPress Widgets: Refactoring, Part 2

After all of the preliminary content, we are finally at a place where we are ready to begin resolving the

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WordPress Widgets: Refactoring, Part 1

The last post included a lot of information on setting up code quality tools in your WordPress development environment, but

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WordPress Widgets: Refactoring, Part 4

We’ve implemented a significant amount of changes to the WordPress Widget Boilerplate. If you’ve not been following along, I recommend

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WordPress Widgets: Refactoring, Part 3

In terms of updating the WordPress Widget Boilerplate (all of which is tracked in the develop branch), we’ve come a

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WordPress Widgets: Refactoring, Part 6

You should be well-versed in the refactoring we’re doing regarding the WordPress Widget Boilerplate. If not, I recommend catching up