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Why I’m choosing to start a YouTube series on web developmentRead This Post: Why I’m choosing to start a YouTube series on web development
One of my New Year’s resolutions is to start a YouTube series on web development. It’s time for me to get better at public speaking and to teach those who are in the same spot I was a couple of years ago. So I hope you’re ready to learn.
A simple guide to adding a WP REST API controllerRead This Post: A simple guide to adding a WP REST API controller
The WP REST API is still a hot item in WordPress core. And this tutorial will show you how easy it is to make your own REST API endpoint for your plugin and custom data.
Why you should be commenting your code, even if you’re the only contributorRead This Post: Why you should be commenting your code, even if you’re the only contributor
Comments in code can be a lifesaver. But if you’re working on a solo project, you might feel the pull to not comment your code. You would be wrong.
Displaying threaded comments with VueJSRead This Post: Displaying threaded comments with VueJS
Displaying comments in a threaded manner is challenging with the WP REST API. But here’s a simple way to do it with VueJS.
In defense of the way Gutenberg adds oEmbeds and ShortcodesRead This Post: In defense of the way Gutenberg adds oEmbeds and Shortcodes
There’s much debate about the Gutenberg editor, especially around these custom blocks which will replace oEmbeds and shortcodes. But it’s not as bad as it might seem.
WordPress’ Gutenberg editor looks promising but needs workRead This Post: WordPress’ Gutenberg editor looks promising but needs work
WordPress’ eventual new post editor, Gutenberg, became available as a feature plugin two weeks ago. It certainly has it’s flaws but I think it has a lot of potential.
Slower WordPress cycle best for moving forwardRead This Post: Slower WordPress cycle best for moving forward
After WordPress 4.7 dropped in December, Matt Mullenweg announced that he would be taking over and core wouldn’t have a strict timeline for major releases. Now as 4.8 is about to drop, is this slower development cycle worth it?
Another year, another set of WordPress resolutionsRead This Post: Another year, another set of WordPress resolutions
Ah yes, the new year. That time when everyone makes resolutions that they might keep for a couple of weeks. Like I did last year, here are a few WordPress resolutions I hope to keep throughout 2017.
A new year and new WordPress resolutions for 2016Read This Post: A new year and new WordPress resolutions for 2016
This past year was quite the success for me and developing in WordPress. I got my first theme, Nuovo, into the WordPress Theme Directory. That was followed a couple of months later by Giornalismo, and Fotographia has been submitted for review. I began developing WordPress Plugins, with a total of four in the directory now…