WP Calypso is the newest addition to Automattic’s open source projects. It took both the WordPress and the web communities by storm this week — everyone is talking and writing about it now. But what it really is? Does it deserve the attention it gets? I was surprised when I first heard about Calypso on Monday. Even […]
I just came home from the first day of the two-day conference about reactive programming and the React ecosystem. Man, I’m pretty pumped up! It was magnificent, and my brain hurts a bit. Here are my feelings from the day:
WordPress sites have a bad reputation of being not professional and not following programming best practices. It is a relic from the past when users had only FTP, no ssh access and a direct consequence of trying to appeal to masses. Many of these complaints are valid and when building a site bigger than a […]
To me, building WordPress sites and applications is mostly fun — from listening to client’s requirements to showing her the finished site. This process, though, consists of one important, but not very fun part: deployment. Using a cheap hosting solution, with no WordPress optimizations, might work for some but when you want to be sure […]
When it comes to the time of choosing a server hosting provider for our WordPress site, we end up with zillion of various options, ranging from bare-bones Linux-based web server to a managed hosting with optimizations and everything. The first step is to realize our budget, abilities and needs: Do we have money for this […]
After writing a short review of LayersWP theme builder, I got contacted by Nick La of Themify.me to do a similar review of their new, free and open source theme builder Flow. I’m always excited about new technologies. Theme builders are no exception. Playing with Flow for a while, I got really enthusiastic about it. […]
During Contribution Day, WordPress enthusiasts get together in a coworking space and work on various WordPress-related tasks such as translations, fixing Core tickets and others. Yesterday, we had a first-ever Contribution Day in Slovakia as the part of WordCamp. It was awesome! Why?
Although writing articles on your blog is not directly related to WordPress development, it helps you in many aspects. Similar to having a multitude of tools empowering your programming endeavors, having some of them while writing an article can make your task easier and the result better, especially if English is not your mother tongue. […]