Tom McFarlin

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  • Rapid Prototyping: Introducing Autoloading

    Over the last few posts, I’ve walked through the process of taking an idea from concept to prototype. Granted, there are some things that you might change (and there are some…

  • Rapid Prototyping: Prototype To Code, Part 2

    The previous post demonstrates a lot of work in taking something that was once a rapid prototype and taking that prototype to code. If you haven’t been following along, we’ve…

  • Rapid Prototyping: Prototype To Code, Part 1

    As far as rapid prototypes and WordPress are concerned, we’ve done two things thus far: planned the plugin, sketched out a diagram for how the code can be organized At…

  • Rapid Prototyping with WordPress: Concept Analysis

    In the previous post, I started walking through the process of taking the idea for a plugin that rapidly prototyping it into something that works within WordPress. And though it…

  • Rapid Prototyping with WordPress: From Concept To Plugin

    I’ve talked about using WordPress as a tool for rapid application development in a past article. but the longer I work with WordPress and the more code I see, the…

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