Design Patterns in WordPress

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In this course, we’re going to take a look at what are known as software design patterns. Simply put, design patterns are reusable solutions to common problems that arise in software development.

Since it’s possible to build software on WordPress, then it’s likely you’re going to encounter some of the problems that developers often see in their day-to-day work. To that end, we’re going to look at two design patterns. We’ll cover how to implement them, their practical application and how to learn more about existing patterns. We’ll also look at the resources available to us that allow us to continue learning about them.

So if you’re a beginner to WordPress development or a novice looking to amp up your WordPress development and software architecture skills, this is the course for you.

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Plan For The Course

02:41

1.Introduction
4 lessons, 28:18

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1.1
Plan For The Course
02:41

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1.2
The Development Environment (Part 1)
07:01

1.3
The Development Environment (Part 2)
09:24

1.4
WordPress Plugins
09:12

2.Design Patterns
1 lesson, 05:49

2.1
What Are Design Patterns?
05:49

3.The Singleton Pattern
3 lessons, 21:13

3.1
What is the Singleton Pattern?
04:55

3.2
Implementing The Singleton Pattern (Part 1)
05:25

3.3
Implementing The Singleton Pattern (Part 2)
10:53

4.The Simple Factory Pattern
3 lessons, 24:31

4.1
What is the Simple Factory Pattern?
06:04

4.2
Implementing The Simple Factory Pattern (Part 1)
08:01

4.3
Implementing The Simple Factory Pattern (Part 2)
10:26

5.Conclusion
2 lessons, 13:12

5.1
Understanding The Flow of Control
07:26

5.2
Wrapping It All Up: On To Other Patterns!
05:46


Preview for Design Patterns in WordPress
Lessons:
13
Length:
1.6 hours
Tom is a self-employed developer who loves writing, building, and sharing WordPress-based projects. He runs Pressware where he provides WordPress goods and services. You can follow him on Twitter.
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