Rapid Web Application Development  With WordPress

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Rapid Web Application Development  With WordPress by Mind Map: Rapid Web Application Development  With WordPress

1. WordPress as an Application Framework

1.1. Vocabulary

1.1.1. What is an Application?

1.1.2. What is SaaS?

1.1.3. What are Application Frameworks?

1.1.3.1. Full Stack

1.1.3.1.1. Zend

1.1.3.1.2. CodeIgniter

1.1.3.1.3. CakePHP

1.1.4. What is an API?

1.2. Recent Changes that have made wordpress even more powerful

1.2.1. JSON REST API

1.2.1.1. Authentication

1.3. Limitations of using WordPress as an Application Framework

1.3.1. MVC versus Event-driven Architecture

1.3.1.1. WP MVC

1.3.2. Database Migration

1.3.3. Complex Performance Optimization

1.3.4. Lots of Updates

1.3.5. Mix of procedural and OO codebase

1.4. Built in features that simplify application development

1.4.1. User Management

1.4.2. Admin Dashboard

1.4.2.1. Great Application UI Out of the box

1.4.3. Easy CRUD

1.4.4. API

1.4.4.1. Rest API

1.4.4.2. XMR-RPC API

1.4.5. MultiTenant (WordPress Multiuser)

1.4.6. Easy Dummy Content

1.4.7. Media Management

1.4.8. Plugin Architecture

1.4.9. Template Management

1.4.9.1. The Power of Child Themes

1.4.10. Database Management

1.4.11. Routing

1.4.12. Visit Based CRON JOB

1.4.12.1. Site Status Check Code

1.4.13. Hooks

1.4.13.1. Actions

1.4.13.2. Filters

1.4.14. Widgets

1.4.15. Testing

1.4.15.1. Debug Bar

1.4.15.2. Rewrite Rules

2. User management

2.1. Vocabulary

2.1.1. Capabilites

2.1.2. Roles

2.1.3. Access Control

2.1.4. Routing

2.2. Managing user roles and capabilties

2.2.1. removing existing user roles

2.2.2. Adding Capabilties

2.3. User  Registration

2.3.1. Implementing frontend registration

2.4. Login

2.4.1. Google Login

2.4.1.1. Google Apps Login

2.4.2. Social Logins

2.4.3. Custom Login UX/UI

2.5. User Testing Tools

2.5.1. Creating Users

2.5.2. Fast User Switching

2.6. Customizing UX for different Users

2.6.1. White Labeling

2.6.2. Admin Bar

2.6.3. Adminimize

2.7. Profile Customization

2.8. Integrating with LDAP

2.9. Forgot Password

3. Admin View

3.1. Vocabulary

3.1.1. Backend

3.1.2. Admin Bar

3.1.3. Dashboard

3.2. Customizing Views

3.2.1. Adminimize

3.3. Customizing Menus

3.4. Options

3.4.1. Options API

3.4.2. Admin Options Pages

3.5. White Label

3.5.1. WPMUDEV Ultimate Branding

3.6. Help Systems

3.6.1. WPMUDEV Support Sytem

3.7. Extending Builtin Table Views

3.7.1. Admin Columns

3.8. Admin Themes

4. Easy CRUD

4.1. Vocabulary

4.1.1. What is CRUD?

4.2. Custom Post Types

4.2.1. Overview

4.2.2. Plugins

4.2.2.1. wp-types

4.2.2.2. PODS

4.2.2.3. Custom Post Type UI

4.2.3. Custom Post Type Relationships

4.2.3.1. Posts 2 Posts

4.3. Front end Data Entry

4.3.1. Gravity Forms

4.4. Backend Data Entry

4.5. Media Management

4.5.1. mime types

4.6. Document Management

4.6.1. Google Drive

4.6.1.1. Google Drive Embedder

4.6.2. Dropbox

5. Front End

5.1. Template Execution Hiearchy

5.2. Page Builders

5.3. Application Support Interfaces

5.3.1. The Built In WordPress Help System

5.3.2. Forums

5.3.3. Learning Management Systems

5.3.4. Support Ticketing

5.3.5. Chat Systems

5.3.6. Community Platforms

5.3.7. Onboarding Tools

5.3.7.1. guided tours

5.3.7.1.1. WP Tour

5.3.7.1.2. Website Tour builder

5.3.7.1.3. jQuery Website Tour for WordPress

5.3.7.2. Video Help

5.3.7.3. Email Drip

5.3.8. Demo Builders

5.4. Application Friendly Templates

6. Automation

7. Social Media

8. SaaS Growth and Management Tools

8.1. Community Building

8.2. SaaS Status Page

8.3. Self support Tools

8.4. Support Tools

8.5. Knowledge bases

8.6. Onboarding Tools

8.6.1. LMS

8.7. Automated Marketing Tools

9. Connecting to Other Websites

10. For Developers

10.1. Core Extensabilty

10.1.1. Pluggable Functions

10.2. Developer Frameworks

10.2.1. PKLIST

10.3. headless WordPress

10.4. Testing

10.4.1. PHPUnit testing

11. Internationalization

12. Resources

12.1. But Seriously, WordPress as an Application Platform?

12.2. WordPress For Application Development

12.3. My Thoughts on Building Web Applications with WordPress

12.4. My Thoughts on Building Web Applications with WordPress

12.5. Build an App With WordPress – The compulsory todo list

12.6. Articles

12.6.1. Best WordPress Plugins: 40 Experts Share Their Favorite WordPress Plugins

13. Showcase:

14. Performance

14.1. image optimization

14.2. Caching

14.2.1. built in non persistant caching

14.2.2. caching plugins

14.2.3. WPEngine caching

14.3. Transients

15. Security

15.1. Common Types of WordPress Attacks

16. Analytics

16.1. Baremetrics

16.2. EDD Metrics?

17. Introduction to the Course

17.1. 1 : Welcome!

17.1.1. What To Expect

17.1.2. Goal: Build Apps with Wordpress

17.1.3. We will build an Application

17.2. Overview / Outline:

17.3. What You Will Need For This Course

17.4. Who is this course for. SaaS Entreprenours or Application Developers or UI/UX

17.4.1. SaaS Entreprenuers

17.4.2. Internal Application Developers

17.4.3. UX/UI Prototypes

17.5. Bonus Section: Some Quick Efficiency and Organizational Hacks

17.5.1. Setting Up Chrome

17.5.2. Setting Up a business correctly from the start.

17.5.2.1. Work Your Way through "Get Backed"

17.6. Conventions: No Coding but....

17.7. Other Courses

17.7.1. Another Course: UX Crash Course. How To Plan an appliction

17.7.2. SaaS Marketing

17.7.2.1. PreLaunch Activites

17.7.3. Secret Weapon Plugin Deep Dives

17.7.3.1. Gravity Forms

17.7.3.2. WPMUDEV

17.7.3.2.1. Hummingbird

17.7.3.3. WPTYPES

17.7.3.4. SEO

17.7.3.5. Adminimize

17.7.3.6. Ubermenu

17.7.3.7. Developer Tools

17.7.3.7.1. WPIDE

17.7.3.8. Pagebuilders

17.7.3.8.1. WPBakery Visual Composer

17.7.3.9. WooCommerce

17.7.3.10. Social media

18. The SaasPress Stack

18.1. SaaS Growth and Support Sites

18.1.1. WordPress Multi-User

18.2. Plugins

18.2.1. Free Plugins

18.2.1.1. Gravity Forms

18.2.1.1.1. Zapier Add-On

18.2.1.1.2. Form Enhancements

18.2.1.1.3. Payment/Invoices Integrations

18.2.1.1.4. Email Integrations

18.2.1.1.5. Support / Instant Messaging

18.2.1.1.6. CRM Integrations

18.2.1.1.7. Project Management

18.2.1.1.8. Document management

18.2.1.1.9. Plugin Repository Items

18.2.1.2. WP-Types

18.2.1.3. WPMUDEV

18.2.1.4. Advanced Custom Fields.

18.2.1.5. Adminimize

18.2.2. Premium Plugins

18.3. Themes

18.3.1. Free Themes

18.3.1.1. Genesis

18.3.1.2. Elegant Themes

18.3.1.2.1. DIVI

18.3.1.3. Frontity Framework

18.3.2. Premium Themes

19. Dev Environment

19.1. Local Dev Environment

19.1.1. Local by Flywheel

19.1.2. Github

19.1.3. VSCode

19.1.4. WPEngine SaaSPress Environment

19.2. WordPress Initial Setup

19.2.1. Stopping Comment Spam

19.2.2. Mail deliverability

20. Prototyping

21. Payments and Subscriptions