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Give your plugin functionality by adding methods to your main plugin class and attaching them as callbacks to WordPress hooks.


In addition to the traditional add_action() and add_filter() methods of assigning your functionality to WordPress, you can also just use an annotation in the doc-block of your class method to do the same job.

class Plugin
     * @MWP\WordPress\Action( for="init" )
    public function bootMeUp() {


It’s much clearer as to what the method is a callback for, and there is no need for decoupled add_action() or add_filter() declarations in a class constructor.

When you’re ready, there are many more annotations you can use to quickly tie in your functionality to WordPress automatically.

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