Carl Alexander talks about strategy patterns and why developers might be interested in them. There are a few scenarios where this comes in handy, including the example Carl mentions of helping customers migrate away from another plugin or product to yours. As you would expect, Carl's post is extensive and detailed, and includes some great code examples.
It’s WooCommerce Blocks 8.0, and Woo 6.7’s final release is close. • A new guide with a tool to help you integrate payment methods with the Checkout Block. • What’s your preferred software licensing solution? • The Future of Payments, with David Mainayar and Robert Windisch. • When Carl met Bōggie.
Catch up on the gold at WordSesh! Mark Ashton on the success of UiPress. Hanna Smith on web sustainability. Michelle and Allie on sponsored events. Mark Root-Wiley on CSS Standards for WordPress. Takis and Taeke on organizing WCEU.
That was the question on an episode of Woo DevChat with Ebonie Butler, Lisa Canini, Robbie Adair, and Kathy Zant. It’s an interesting to compare their views and experiences with the ones shared by Zach Stepek, Till Krüss, and Carl Alexander while discussing the same question on an earlier episode.
Carl Alexander is building a serverless DevOps platform for WordPress, which he is calling Ymir — you can watch a video explaining it further. Carl compares his project to Laravel Vapor because “Ymir isn’t a WordPress host. You will have full access and control over everything. You’ll also be responsible for your AWS bill.” There’s…
Bob puts out so much writing and audio at Do the Woo and has so many different people featured, it’s hard to keep up! These are some recent ones I’ve taken note of but didn’t get into a post or newsletter. Definitely worth a listen:
We’re all familiar with the Apple ecosystem to some extent, even if we don’t own any Apple products. We know it stands for polish, accessibility, and a complete solution. Carl Alexander wishes that the situation with WordPress hosting was more like this, and he’s actually done something about it. The article outlines the problem, and…