WordPress is the dominant method to build and manage a website, but static site generators are surging in popularity amongst developers and for certain types of websites.
WordPress 4.6, “Pepper”, has been released with shiny plugin management, system fonts, link syntax checking, resource hints, and more. This release post includes a special episode of the podcast.
In this episode, Joe and Brian talk their considerations when selecting which plugins, libraries, and frameworks to use with WordPress.
Successfully crowdfunding open source development is difficult, but not impossible. Here are some of the lessons I took away from my Kickstarter project, “A more RESTful WP-CLI.”
In this episode, Joe and Brian talk scaling WordPress, and what to do when you think you might’ve reached WordPress’s limits.
In this episode, Joe and Brian talk about Medium & WordPress and whether Medium and similar platforms are a significant threat to WordPress.
I was thrilled to take part in WordCamp Europe 2016, held in Vienna. The event was highly successful, and I got to meet many members of the community I hadn’t met before. Here are some pictures.
In this episode, Sarah and Brian discuss how they do WordPress news, manage working remotely, and handle family life.
Joe and Brian discuss the structure and function of the WordPress.org website, which is the hub of the WordPress project. From who owns the website to its many moving parts, they go through it bit by bit.
Balancing a lifestyle business — and trying to grow it — can be tricky, when you’re not willing to give up your lifestyle for that growth. There are ways to grow your business without giving up the lifestyle you began it all for, right?
Joe and Brian discuss WordPress as a Headless CMS, what that means, things to consider using WordPress as a Headless CMS, and more.
This week, Joe and Brian discuss WordPress and website security, why it matters, how to go about it, and what the consequences can be when everything goes downhill.
Kathleen Vignos provides six examples where Wired’s engineering team has used or is using the WordPress REST API, from related posts widgets, to liveblogs, to site synchronization.
Nikolay Bachiyski offers a walkthrough of building a single page application similar to Calypso using the WordPress REST API and React.
This week, Joe and Brian discuss the tools they use for web and WordPress development. They go from productivity apps that help them accomplish their work to IDEs to build tools to version control.