Pagelines just released their “DMS” (Design Management System). A couple of reviews have already popped up. I’d start here with Leland’s at ThemeLab. Of course, you may want to first ask yourself whether you need a drag and drop theme to start with. : )
In this episode, the Brians chat about the steady change that has played out in the WordPress ecosystem throughout the past decade and speculate about what is still to come.
Pippin Williamson walks us through the right and wrong ways to build template files for plugins.
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…
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…
$635.5 billion…That’s “billion,” with a “B.” Let’s look at the size of the universe inhabited by our market of markets of cathedrals and bazaars: the WordPress ecosystem. How should we think about WordPress’s market share or, maybe more accurately, its shares? Are we selling them short and dampening growth?
Should WordPress adopt the Block Protocol? What would this mean? Leonardo Losoviz explains why the Block Protocol and why it might benefit WordPress to adopt it and allow more of the web to share and reuse blocks. Matt Mullenweg has expressed interest in taking this path.