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Two Tools: Better Presentations from iA and Super Fast Collaborative Code Editing with Zed

iA is developing a Markdown-based, radically simplified presentation app (called Presenter) that helps you tell stories effectively. Zed is the spiritual successor to Atom — and focused on fast, collaborative editing. You can get it at GitHub.

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We don’t need no stinkin’ standards!

I wonder how much WordPress is an outlier in even the PHP universe for tolerating the idea that it’s “punishment” and “unfair” to be held to a standard with mandatory testing for code that’s admitted to the WordPress.org repo for use on potentially 40% of the web. That’s how a number of developers responded to…

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A short history of WordPress APIs — and their future

Here’s an older post about the history of WordPress APIs from Automattic’s mobile apps development team that you may not have seen before. (New to me.) It explains the technical background of the current entanglements of .org, .com, and Jetpack: Why don’t we support a single API in our apps? Wouldn’t that make our lives…

WooCommerce Function of the Week: add_fee
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WooCommerce Function of the Week: add_fee

Before we dive in this week’s function, please note that it’s usually against any payment provider’s Terms of Service (like PayPal’s) to add fees to a transaction based on the customer’s chosen payment gateway, so please make sure to use “cart fees” in a legal way. You got it — in this issue we’ll study…

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