Tom McFarlin

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  • A Few Gulp Packages for Starters

    Software like Gulp and other utilities aren’t new. For those who haven’t used them before, it can be a little daunting to get started (but it really shouldn’t be). In…

  • Adding WordPress Modal Dialogs (Using Static Data)

    In the previous post, I walked through the process required to get WordPress modal dialogs to appear within the context of the administration area. This uses: * the built-in WordPress…

  • Why Bother With Autoloading in WordPress, Part 3

    In the last post, I said we couldn’t afford some of the same luxuries that statically typed, compiled languages have. Specifically, I was talking about the idea of not having…

  • Why Bother With Autoloading in WordPress, Part 2

    In the previous post, I covered a few points as to why I think that include_once, require_once, and other similar statements result in poor development practices (at least when it comes to…

  • Why Bother With Autoloading in WordPress, Part 1

    One of the easiest things that we can do when working on WordPress plugins is to drop require_once or include_once statements throughout our code. And why not? It’s an easy way to…

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