WordCamp Talk about WP cli, a command line interface for WordPress
Yesterday, I analyzed ThemeForest and Envato’s new Hosted program for getting hosting alongside your theme. Vova Feldman has a really interesting blog post that’s a good companion to what I wrote, which dives into the financial opportunities that still exist on ThemeForest. In short, he concludes that the “gold rush” is not over. However, it…
WP Stack is a professional WordPress deployment tool written and maintained by Mark Jaquith. It assumes you’re already using a number of professional development techniques. Specifically, WP Stacks aims to help you scale WordPress out to multiple servers.
Zach Schnackel gives an example of an interesting use case for WordPress. He wants access to some WordPress functions, but doesn’t really want to use the WordPress theming system or load most of WordPress itself.
Ben Thompson does excellent analysis. In his latest post he talks about the big problems facing journalism and publishing online. Here’s my favorite part: It is easy to feel sorry for publishers: before the Internet most were swimming in money, and for the first few years online it looked like online publications with lower costs…
The folks at Modern Tribe have been working really hard on The Events Calendar, their flagship product. Their 3.0 release is nearing completion, and they’ve got a preview available for you and me. It looks fantastic. I’m really excited about a lot of the new features. Definitely check it out. This isn’t like other calendars you’ve seen.
Here’s an awesome WordPress site to check out: Batman News. It’s a blog about all things Batman, and it is pretty awesome. I think it’s really well designed and put together. It was built by Brady and Brody Vercher, of Blazer Six. Great job, y’all. h/t Erik Ford.