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In part 2 of my Building Reactive WordPress Plugins series on the Delicious Brains blog I swap out Backbone.js for the most awesome Vue.js to handle the frontend functionality.
I’m writing a short series for Delicious Brains on building reactive style frontend WordPress plugins. Part 1, which uses Backbone.js on the frontend, just went live. This first article is rather long as it introduces the plugin and its backend as well as how to use Backbone.js. Follow up articles should be shorter as each […]
Over on the Delicious Brains blog I’ve written about a couple of ways to use a free Let’s Encrypt certificate when using a Linode NodeBalancer. It was a fun exercise, and will no doubt come in handy for a couple of projects I have in mind.
Recently in a Slack chat we discussed how we try and stay healthy while working from home. We all have different methods, some have been consistent and dedicated to staying fit and healthy, some not so much. We’ve all decided that we’re going to “air our laundry” with this post, whether it’s clean or not, […]
Across on the Delicious Brains blog I gave a sneak peek, including screencast, of an ultra cool feature I’ve been working on for the Multisite Tools addon for WP Migrate DB Pro.
I reviewed a great little plugin called GitHub README across on the Delicious Brains blog.
My fourth blog post for Delicious Brains is a review of the Extended CPTs library for WordPress.
I wrote a post for Delicious Brains to give a Preview of the Multisite Tools Addon for WP Migrate DB Pro. Apologies for the video that accompanies the post, in my defence it was my first ever screencast!
Another article for Delicious Brains where I guide the reader through contributing to WordPress for the first time: A Developer’s Guide to Contributing to WordPress Core.