Search results: phpdoc
09
Mar

ApiGen versus phpDoc

So last night I went down the path of connecting phpDocumentor2 (phpDoc) to my code so I can find key elements in the classes and objects without having to search through the code editor. That works fine, but it is often faster for me to have an index of the classes, methods, and properties in […]

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09
Mar

Geeking Out With Netbeans and PHPDoc

I’ve been playing with phpDoc and NetBeans a lot lately.  I’ve found that having well documented code using the phpDocumentor 2 format makes for a much more efficient coding environment.   For one thing, if you have NetBeans setup properly and are using PHP classes that are fully documented, writing a line of code is as […]

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20
Feb

Netbeans, phpDoc, and WordPress

A posting from our private “Tech List”, a list I share with select tech geeks mostly from the days at Cyber Sprocket Labs.   We tend to share high end tech tips that only geeks would find interesting.    I am posting here for easy reference for “The Tech List” groupies. My Intro To Netbeans […]

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12
Nov

Finding WordPress Programmers

I am on a quest to find good programmers that are well versed in WordPress.   After speaking with multiple investors it is obvious that to bring Store Locator Plus to the next level I need to have talented self-sufficient staff.    I need to “up the game” from part-time support and coding positions to […]

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12
Nov

Senior WordPress Plugin Developer Wanted

Join Charleston Software Associates Charleston Software Associates (CSA) is the company that has created the popular Store Locator Plus WordPress plugin.   The plugin is running on an estimated 45,000 sites and has 5,000 registered users of the premium add-on packs. CSA is a single-man operation based in Silicon Harbor, aka Charleston SC USA. The Agenda […]

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21
Apr

WordPress Development Fresh Start with Vagrant and Grunt

HP finally did it.  They came out to replace a system board in my laptop and half of my files on my drive are corrupted.  Restoring the 70GB of corrupt files from the local USB3 backup will take some time and I am not 100% confident in the reliability of this system.   With 48 […]

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20
Mar

WordPress Dev Kit : Legacy Publisher

This article is about my legacy publishing process for development WordPress plugins and themes.   It is my workflow and it is far from perfect.  It will evolve over time and I am in the midst of making several big changes using new tools to assist in the process.   To get some background on […]

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17
Mar

WordPress Workflow : Automated Virtual Box Creation

I am into my first full day back after WordCamp Atlanta (#wcatl) and have caught up on most of my inbox, Twitter, and Facebook communications.   As I head into a new week of WordPress plugin production I decided now is as good a time as any to update my work flow. I learned a lot of […]

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16
Oct

SLP3 Release Notes

Store Locator Plus The free plugin that everything is built upon. Learn about Store Locator Plus. Version 3.1 through 3.1.4 JavaScript Patches Fix various JavaScript issues, primarily an issue with jQuery not starting anonymous functions.   Increase compatibility with older IE versions. Raw HTML In Description Allow raw HTML in description field. Plugin Conflict Resolution […]

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26
Feb

Making GitHub Wiki Docs From PHP Source

I’ve been using NetBeans to write my PHP-based WordPress plugins and have found that well crafted PHPDoc comments make a notable difference in the efficiency of my coding.   I’ve written a post-or-two about that and find the auto-fill features to be very helpful.    I have also noticed that much of the WordPress core […]

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