Tom McFarlin: A Case for Building Web Applications on WordPress

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July 6, 2019

I’ll provide an explanation for why WordPress is a great option for a foundation. First, I’ll talk about what a web application is. Then, I’ll cover the difference between a foundation and a framework. I’ll cover how it relates to WordPress (and what we can use out-of-the-box), what we may need to develop on our own, common practices for building such applications, and what a basic project may look like. Some very, very basic object-oriented practices for approaching a project is a help, but not necessary.

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WordCamp Atlanta 2019 48

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Tom McFarlin 7

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web application 1
why WordPress 1
why WordPress is a great option 1
WordCamp Atlanta 2019 4
WordPress to web application 1

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English 7834

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