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Installing WordPress via the Command Line

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Installing WordPress via the Command Line

There are several ways you can get the WordPress codebase installed into your project using command line tools that make it easier to integrate with a typical workflow. This video examines a few of those options.

1.Introduction
1 lesson, 01:29

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1.1
Introduction
01:29

2.Getting Started
3 lessons, 23:55

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2.1
Installing WordPress via the Command Line
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2.2
Take Control of your Environment
11:53

2.3
Taking Advantage of PHP 5.3 and Beyond
06:25

3.OOP Plugin Development
3 lessons, 20:13

3.1
Creating an Object-Oriented Plugin
08:12

3.2
Autoloading
05:26

3.3
Dependency Management
06:35

4.Using Composer with WordPress
2 lessons, 11:02

4.1
Setting up Your composer.json File
07:02

4.2
Composer Autoloading
04:00

5.Building a REST API for your WordPress Data
3 lessons, 27:11

5.1
Using the Slim Microframework to Build an API
10:05

5.2
Adding Create, Update, and Delete Actions
14:35

5.3
Building a JavaScript Application
02:31

6.Advanced Templating with Twig
2 lessons, 13:29

6.1
A Twig Overview
11:53

6.2
Using Twig in WordPress Themes Using Timber
01:36

7.Learning WP-CLI
2 lessons, 18:25

7.1
The Basics of WP-CLI
08:01

7.2
Custom Commands
10:24

8.Unit Testing in WordPress
1 lesson, 05:54

8.1
The WordPress Testing Library
05:54

9.Conclusion
1 lesson, 00:39

9.1
Goodbye
00:39


About Jason Rhodes
Jason is a Javascript developer in Baltimore, MD
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