I am joined by Matt Mullenweg to discuss decision making, Gutenberg, core WordPress processes, Automattic’s business, and more.
Mike Schinkel posted on his HardcoreWP blog about why you should never use closing PHP tags in WordPress plugins. It’s a great read. He goes in depth about why, versus just telling you not to. This is how beginner level PHP tutorials should be written. I’m really digging Mike’s blog.
Justin Sternberg has written a nice and thorough post geared toward beginning programmers to cover common PHP methodologies. I definitely recommend reading this for those that may recognize certain techniques, but don’t really fully understand them. I love beginner tutorials like this.
Zac Gordon recently announced the launch of Gatsby Themes, which is intended to be a home for “popular WordPress themes that have been ported to Gatsby.” Twenty Nineteen is one of the first themes ready for use with Gatsby, a static site generator that’s often paired with a headless CMS. Gatsby is quickly becoming a fixture in…