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mhull / 0.autoload_setup.php
Last active Sep 14, 2018
A basic PHP autoloader setup
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* In this example, we are autoloading classes within the namespace `Acme\ExampleProject`. The file `index.php` is the
* entry point to our project; and we are using the `src` directory to store and organize our PHP class files. Our
* autoloader is located in `autoload.php`
* The basic behavior is illustrated in the fact that PHP will autoload the file `src/mammals/human.php` whenever we
* attempt to create a `new \Acme\ExampleProject\Mammals\Human` anywhere in our project's codebase.
* This diagram illustrates our project structure. Each file's contents can be found below.
mhull / 0.defining_function.html
Last active Aug 11, 2017
Exploring function and set notation
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* An example function in JavaScript
* @param int myInt
* @param string myString
* @return string
mhull / 0.no_inputs.php
Last active Jun 21, 2017
Exploring the definition of a function in math and how it can inform my understanding of functions in programming
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* This function has no inputs, so it is not a function from a mathematical
* perspective. Furthermore, the function is not predictable because it depends on
* the state of the underlying program
function say_hello() {
$name = 'World';
mhull / 0.function_composition.php
Created May 9, 2017
Examples of function composition using PHP and JavaScript
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function f( $x ) {
return $x+5;
function g( $x ) {
return $x+1;
mhull / functions.php
Last active Jun 8, 2021
Demonstrates how to pre-populate checkbox fields when using the Gravity Forms plugin for WordPress
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# Make sure to replace {id} with your form's id
add_filter( 'gform_pre_render_{id}', 'my_populate_checkbox' );
function my_populate_checkbox( $form ) {
* Loop through form fields
View 00.src\app\app.component.ts
import { Component } from '@angular/core';
mhull / 01-coin-tosses.js
Last active Feb 1, 2017
Comparing the .some() and .every() functions in JavaScript to the "At Least One" rule
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var coinTosses = [
{ isHeads: true, user: 'Michael', time: 1485954569 },
{ isHeads: false, user: 'Michael', time: 1485954575 },
/* ... etc ... */
mhull / _0.es6-string-literals.js
Last active Dec 17, 2016
Highlights on making a CSS & JS clock, based on Wes Bos's 30 Day Vanilla JS challenge
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* In the `person.sayHello` function, we are using an ES6 template literal
* to dynamically create a string
var person = {
first: 'Michael',
last: 'Hull',
sayHello: function() {
console.log( `Hi, my name is ${this.first} ${this.last}` );
mhull / _0.key-template.html
Last active Dec 13, 2016
Playing audio files using JS and HTML, experimentations based on JavaScript30 Day 1
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<!-- Key template -->
<script type='text/html' id='key-template'>
<kbd>{{ key.key }}</kbd>
<span class='sound'>{{ }}</span>
<audio src="sounds/{{ }}.wav"></audio>
mhull / .Acme-Plugin.php
Last active Aug 11, 2016
A WordPress plugin example using PHP namespaces and autoloading
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#! /acme-plugin/acme-plugin.php
* Plugin Name: ACME Plugin
* Description: A WordPress plugin example using PHP namespaces and autoloading
* Version: 0.0.0
* Author: Michael Hull
* Author URI: