Advanced OOP For WordPress Part 6: Continuous Integration For WordPress Plugins

By Josh Pollock

This article is a part of a series on writing object-oriented PHP for WordPress development. So far, we’ve spent two articles on writing the code and now we will test the code and systems. It takes an enormous amount of tooling to write code and back in my day I walked uphill both ways, in two feet of snow, to write HTML, using HTML instead of writing it in Babel and transferring it to HTML.

Yes, it’s a lot, but that’s why we have scaffolding tools, and we’re going to get into some of those in this article.

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