Keanan Koppenhaver shows how GitHub Actions can help make “FTP as a deployment mechanism” both an automatic and repeatable process to make deploys go much more smoothly. 🚚
What is the Block Protocol and why does it matter? What’s the significance of Matt taking over at Tumblr? And is WordPress way too complicated?
GitHub is changing the default branch name on all new repositories from master to main. Mike McBride shows how to update some (or all) of your existing repositories to use “main” (or another term of your choice) as well.
The journey to GiveWP 3.0 is well underway — an open, iterative development process that fully embraces WordPress’s Gutenberg block editor. Give cofounder Matt Cromwell and development director Jason Adams share what they’ve learned so far.
Share your feedback about how to improve the Five for the Future contributor journey. Check out work underway on how to make interactive blocks easier to build, and take a walkthrough of layout classes in WordPress 6.1. It’s time to start planning; how will you celebrate WordPress’ 20th birthday?
Aaron Jorbin has released an update to grunt-patch-wordpress with two new features: GitHub URL support and uploading patches directly from the command line.
Bradford Campeau-Laurion, CEO of Alley Interactive, joins Cory Miller to talk about publishing technology past, present, and future. Working with WordPress at the enterprise level showcases incredible capability and highlights possibilities for future growth within WordPress.