A quick and easy way to generate the required code for Sidebars, Menus, Custom Post Types, and a few other elements you'll likely need for your theme and/or plugin. With the visual tips/help, it makes coding these areas a breeze!
Drew Jaynes hast started a new website called Filters of the Day with the goal of documenting 3 filters a day for the next 365 days. I’m sure this will be a great opportunity for us to learn more about the various filters available to us in WordPress.
Jason Coleman describes just why the new WordPress Heartbeat API is beneficial, and gives a sample implementation to help get you started.
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.
Let’s do some logging! The wc_get_logger function opens a new world of possibilities for you in WooCommerce.
Justin Sternberg posted on the WebDevStudios blog a code example for changing the default hierarchical taxonomy metabox (like for categories) into a radio button select box. This is very handy for limiting end users to choosing only one taxonomy term.
Brian Coords has been working on WP-Notify which is described on its GitHub repo as: A feature plugin for WordPress, which aims to create a new (better) way to manage and deliver notifications to the relevant audience.