A first working version of the WordPress functions dumper.
I’m collecting the pieces to create a console command to wrap WordPress themes and plugins classes in custom adapter classes with “ease”.
I’m trying to create a sustainable way to develop WordPress plugins and themes in a TDD fashion using generated adapter classes.
I’ve decoupled the collection of the called functions and the ad-hoc adapter classes generation to allow for a more flexible system.
I’ve added a missing possibility to the original function calls collector adapter and planned the next steps on the path of ad-hoc adapter classes.
I’ve outlined my attempt to create “smart” adapters for objects relying on globally defined functions and stopped to remove the first constraint.
I’ve laid the base for the process of collecting calls to globally defined functions and moved from magic method based to ad-hoc generated adapter classes.
I’m developing a series of classes to create ad-hoc adapter classes wrapping globally defined functions with ease and make dependency mocking faster.
I’m trying to approach the problem of dependency mocking from another side and come up with a lateral solution to the problem based on ad-hoc adapters.
Adding a jQuery confirmation dialog to profile updates