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  • Laravel
    Laravel, BDD and You: The First FeatureLaravel fotor
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    Follow along in the second part in this series on behavior-driven development with Laravel, Behat and PhpSpec. In this part we will build our first feature. We will jump back and forward between Behat and PhpSpec while our feature slowly evolves.Read More…
  • Laravel
    Digging in to Laravel's IoC ContainerCrs 10
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    Inversion of Control is a technique that allows control to be inverted when compared to classical procedural code. The most prominent form of IoC is, of course, Dependency Injection. Laravel's IoC container is one of the most used Laravel features, yet is probably the least understood. Find out how it works in this tutorial.Read More…
  • WordPress
    50 Filters of WordPress: Series Finale50 filters of wordpress preview
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    Welcome to the series finale of "50 Filters of WordPress"! In this last part, we're going to review what we learned and summarize all the 50 filters with 10 words (give or take) each.Read More…
  • WordPress
    50 Filters of WordPress: Filters 41-5050 filters of wordpress preview
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    In the previous parts of this series, we went through 40 WordPress filters. In this tutorial, we're going to see the last 10 filters and do examples with each. Let's begin!Read More…
  • PHP
    Building With the Twitter API: Using Real-Time StreamsPreview stream
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    While the Twitter REST API is suitable for many applications, if you want immediate updates and access to a broader array of notifications, the Twitter Streaming API is essential. In this tutorial you'll learn to capture tweets in real time using the Twitter API and the open-source, Yii-based Birdcage application.Read More…
  • WordPress
    50 Filters of WordPress: Filters 31-4050 filters of wordpress preview
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    In the previous parts of this series, we went through 20 WordPress filters. In this tutorial, we're going to continue the trend and review another batch of them and follow along examples with each. Let's begin!Read More…
  • WordPress
    Creating Maintainable WordPress Meta Boxes: RefactoringMaintainable meta boxes
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    Throughout this series, we've been focusing on building maintainable WordPress meta boxes. By that, I mean that we've been working to create a WordPress plugin that's well-organized, follows WordPress coding standards, and that can be easily adapted and maintained as the project moves forward over time.Read More…
  • PHP
    Building With the Twitter API: OAuth, Reading and PostingPreview b
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    In this series, we're building an application called Birdcage that interfaces with the Twitter API in PHP. In this article, learn to use OAuth for authentication and begin processing and posting tweets via our open source PHP-based Birdcage application.Read More…
  • WordPress
    50 Filters of WordPress: Filters 11-2050 filters of wordpress preview
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    In the previous part of this series, we started going through 50 WordPress filters. Selected among hundreds, we started by reviewing 10 of them. In this tutorial, we're going to see another batch of them and review some examples of each.Read More…
  • WordPress
    50 Filters of WordPress: Filters 21-3050 filters of wordpress preview
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    In the previous parts of this series, we went through 30 WordPress filters. In this tutorial, we're going to see another batch of them and do examples with each. Let's begin!Read More…
  • WordPress
    How Theme Frameworks Actually WorkBuild your own theme framework preview image
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    Theme Frameworks can be extremely powerful. For non-technical WordPress users, they make it possible to create a unique site which looks like it's running a bespoke theme, and for WordPress developers they can help you apply the DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself) principle and give you the ability to build custom sites fast. If you've been using a third party framework for a while and have become frustrated with the bloated code or lack of flexibility, or you just want to have complete control over your code, then building your own theme framework could be the best approach.Read More…
  • WordPress
    Building a Social Profile Widget to Display Your Follower CountBuilding a social profile widget feature
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    In this final part of the series, we will develop a social profile widget that links to a Facebook page, and to Twitter, and Google+ profiles. The widget will also display the count of Facebook page likes as well as Twitter and Google+ followers count.Read More…
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