Modern PHP in WP Plugins

Elevate Your Plugin Development with Hook-Driven-Development

After the previous article in this series was very technical, today we’ll take a breather and indulge in a slightly more theoretical piece.

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How to register WordPress hooks with PHP attributes: A step-by-step guide

In this article, I will discuss how and why WordPress hooks are used in plugins, and how we will use PHP attributes for registering hooks in classes effectively and clearly.

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Coding standards part 2: .editorconfig, documentation and strict types

In the previous article, we already learned a lot about coding standards, and today I like to discuss three more points: the file .

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Autoloading, coding standards and file structure in WordPress plugin development

In the last article, I explained the use of namespaces, which we need today to establish autoloading, which simultaneously defines our file and folder structure.

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Namespaces in WordPress plugin development

In this article I’ll point out, what’s the reason for using namespaces in our WordPress plugins and what namespaces are.

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You might not be using object-oriented programming

What lies behind this somewhat provocative headline? Over time, I have noticed something about certain WordPress plugins.

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Modern object-oriented PHP in WordPress plugin development

In this article series, I will present methods for building WordPress plugins in a modern and object-oriented way.

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