Developers who use WP-CLI might be interested in this script that renames a theme with a quick walk-through.
The first ever WP-CLI Hack Day is happening on Friday, July 20th. The goal is to finish the day with 20 pull requests that have been merged during the event. If WordPress and the command line are your passions, then this might be something worth your time.
If you are a BuddyPress developer, please consider helping out by testing these BuddyPress WP-CLI commands.
We like to say it’s easy to build a website, and to build it on top of WordPress. Maybe it is, maybe it isn’t. But for just about anyone, it can be intimidating when you’re just digging in. You’ve got to learn your ABCs before you can tell a great story. On the web — especially as it gets more complicated — there’s a lot to learn to build and maintain a modern website.
Today Cristi Burcă (perhaps better known as scribu) announced on the WP-CLI blog that Daniel Bachhuber will now be the maintainer of the WP-CLI project. As Cristi notes, he’s no longer using WordPress, so it makes perfect sense to hand off the project to someone using it on a daily basis. Unlike me, Daniel is using WordPress and…
David Ryan has written several tutorials to help developers get comfortable with WP-CLI and custom WP-CLI commands even if they haven’t worked much with the command line before. Pascal Birchler‘s Introduction to WP-CLI is a great place to start learning WP-CLI too. 👨🏫