If you use Coda, here are a few good plugins that make WordPress development just a bit better.
Gravity Forms 7.1 Beta 1 • the SpinupWP community • Dollie 2.0 • rtCamp’s Easy Engine now with full custom Docker-Compose support • Metorik • Iconic • Do the Woo • Simple Ajax Chat Pro
Read the code with Rodolfo Melogli! This week in WooCommerce functions we’re looking at
Mike Toppa gives us a guide for using dependency injection to organize code in our plugins.
Cristian Antohe has published a pretty nice walkthrough of various user registration plugin options with pros and cons for each. Personally, I use Gravity Forms User Registration module, but it’s nice to see what else is out there.
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There’s a wide spread digital myth in the WordPress microverse about the functions.php file and that it’s a code snippet container. This post tries to explain why people are misusing this file, shows alternatives and explains step by step how to get out of that trap. Written for the developer as well as for the…