Justin Tadlock, founder of Theme Hybrid, is looking for beta testers for a new plugin aimed at theme developers. The plugin is called Theme Designer and allows authors to manage themes in the WordP…
Just cleaning up. The plugin is already released anyway.
Source: Justin Tadlock Is Seeking Beta Testers for His First Major Commercial Plugin
To make more it more tidy and clean, it’s better to split them. Part 2. Total 12 articles.
Let’s wrap things up. Part 1. Total 6 articles.
These five articles were the most-read posts of 2015.
Only one is not a compilation articles. And it’s about Node.js. And it’s the one not on the reading list before. Well, added already anyway.
Source: SitePoint’s Top 5 Posts of 2015
I asked front-end developers to fill in a survey about their their knowledge and usage patterns across a number of front-end tools. Check out the results.
Surprisingly, Gulp is used more than Grunt. Time to change, too? Or just stick with Grunt? And this “module bundler” seems like things to catch. Never used/heard before.
Source: The State of Front-End Tooling – 2015
Twelve months ago I published 10 Web Predictions for 2015 — my Nostradamus-like look into the year ahead. I’m useless at these forecasts. Despite keeping a close eye on industry developments, I scored a pathetic 4.5 out of 10 last year. Let’s see if I can beat it in 2015…
Bad score. But it’s pretty hillarious ????
Source: 10 Web Predictions for 2015: The Results!
So let’s spend some time today talking about the Guardians of the Galaxy, and how each character matches up with some of the most common web development positions.
Waiting to read this after watching the movie. Not the best analogy, but still fun read.
Source: Why the best web dev teams are a little like the Guardians of the Galaxy
I asked myself: What in WordPress have I been grateful for in 2015? The answers will guide you to some amazing stuff. Happy Thanskgiving! This week, I aske
Nice compilation list. Now starting to think if should download Josh ebook now or postpone it again.
Source: What I’m Thankful For in WordPress in 2015 | WPShout
Confused about shared and VPS (Virtual Private Server) hosting? A guide to understanding the differences and choosing the right service!
Still hooked to this hosting topic. VPS Hosting sounds really nice. But is the price worthed? Got one year free, but after that?
Source: Shared vs VPS Hosting – What’s the Difference?
If you’re looking for WordPress hosting, then you know there are several options. Here are four for you.
While still on the topic, this post is published before previous one. So probably it’s 2014 edition?
SiteGround, Pagely, MediaTemple, WP Engine. The missing ones here are Flywheel and GoDaddy. And the one not mentioned on the latest post is MediaTemple.
Source: Looking for WordPress Hosting – Four Options for You