One of the most useful features of any version control system is the ability to “undo” your mistakes. In Git, “undo” can mean many slightly different things. Useful Undo. Source: How to undo (almost) anything with Git
Matthew Setter take a look at Static Review – a framework for writing git hooks, so you can do hook inspections on your files on certain git actions! Seems nice. Although not keen to try it right now. Source: Writing PHP Git Hooks with Static Review
There are two ways. But probably preferable Command Line one. Since the Web UI one is said not really the right way to sync.
Everything about Sass Maps.
All about Chrome Dev Tools.
Not a fans of Multi-Purpose. But the market love it. I have been writing on WPLift most days since 2010 publishing over 800 posts in that time, I also run my own premium theme company ThemeFurnace, so it has… Source: The Rise of Multi-Purpose WordPress Themes and My Thoughts on Them ThemeTrust are a […]
List, review and comparisons of Page Builders.
When working on software projects, there’s a variety of things that each project needs. Here are four things that I’ve found to be consistently useful. Those are: Communication Bug and Issue Tracker Source Control Optionally, A Roadmap Source: Things That I Believe Every Project Needs | Tom McFarlin
For developers, a learning curve is a constant reality. There’s literally no end. Here’s why there’s no reason to fear it. Keep learning. Source: A Developer’s Learning Curve
From premium theme becoming a plugin: Elegant Themes’ Divi (Builder).