I've created a PHP class that uses multidimensional, associative arrays to generate WordPress option pages.
I have posted this script on GitHub if you find yourself installing WordPress over and over again in your local environment for your clients.
In the event that you should need multiple, WordPress editor instances (perhaps multivariate testing or for various campaigns) it is my hope that this post will get you well on your way. All it requires is an understanding of WordPress meta boxes, passing arrays with form elements and a little jQuery.
This is a simple web application used to make an options page for your WordPress theme or plugin. It provides the PHP code that you can copy paste into your theme functions or plugin base files. I wrote this for myself to cut down on the number of times I have to repeat work so I decided to share it.
I wrote a little application to generate the PHP code needed to add custom meta boxes to your WordPress theme. You input the title, what post types you want it to show up on and where and it generates the PHP code for you. You also have the option of setting the prefix and adding some descriptive text under the title.