Daryl Koopersmith posted on the Make WordPress Core blog about some new tools and strategies for WordPress core development. The new setup will allow code, testing mechanisms, and build tools to all be under one roof. WordPress core is also adopting Grunt to be able to create a whole new build process for WordPress. Check out all the details and additional insight on the post and in the comments.
Austin Gunter has done a nice feature on the WP Engine blog on a new plugin called Swiftype. It seems the folks behind Swiftype have been “blessed” by the WordPress.com VIP team as a more relevance-based search solution. I’m certainly going to check it out soon.
HeroThemes has released Heroic Inbox which “manages multiple business emails from different sources and from one powerful, shared mailbox inside WordPress.” 📨
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“Data is useless without the ability to visualize and act on it.” Andrew Coyle writes about the ingredients of a successful data table user interface design. He presents a nice list of design structures, interaction patterns, and techniques.
WP Bytes is an attractive new WordPress tutorial website that, in my opinion, is taking an interesting approach to articles. Kevin Dees started the site, and his main method of categorization is by series. So you can learn all you want about the loop in a series, or custom post types, etc. I look forward…