Delicious Brains is starting a new series on building “Reactive” WordPress plugins with this first post on Backbone.js.
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From Iain on the Delicious Brains blog: Building software to sell is a tricky business. It isn’t always as simple as writing code and getting people to buy it. WordPress commercial plugins come with their own set of considerations, issues and complications. Here at Delicious Brains we’ve gone down the route of having a free…
WPSiteSync is a product that aims to improve the process for deploying content on your website. It allows you to create or edit a post or page on a staging environment, and then deploy those changes to your live website. It is similar to Ramp by Crowd Favorite, a plugin that at one time I enjoyed,…
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Delicious Brains shared some great ideas they had for adding more creativity and context with testimonial styling at SpinupWP. 🧠
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