Jamie Marsland, of PootlePress, has done a nice video interview with Matty Cohen, WooThemes Product Manager and Senior Developer.
The rewrite API can be confusing (to me at least). Remi Corson walks you through it on the WP Explorer blog.
Aaron Jorbin shares his WordCamp personas technique he used for WordCamp US last year. Personas are regularly used in web design to make sure that you are solving your users problems, and not your own.
Gatsby recently chose headless WordPress for its blog. Senior Product Marketing Manager Hashim Warren explains why: “WordPress enables us to have unlimited users (without paying a subscription per seat). WordPress also comes with powerful role-based permissions and has free plugins from services like Auth0 to unlock flexible security and authentication options.” ⚡ Speed and workflow…
Tom McFarlin has written another useful post on the wpTuts+ blog. He reminds us to stick to the WordPress coding standards for our naming conventions and function arguments. As you start working with other developers on projects, or see your own code for the first time in six months, these easy-to-implement standards will be your…
Many different ways exist to structure WordPress plugins. You can use singletons, global references to your plugin class instance, static classes, namespaces and so forth. In this article, many different ways are outlined in the context of extensibility.