This week: WordPress development, TypeRocket framework, WordPress testing and automation, and much more.
Matt Cromwell considers the dissonance between the will of the community and the way WP is currently developed. I side with him on what the main problems are.
TypeRocket is a first-class framework for more advanced WordPress developers. It’s really worth a try.
In response to last week’s post on misogyny in the WordPress community, James Giroux has posted a very interesting piece about feeling safe and what we can do to remedy the situation.WordPress Isn’t Safe But It Can Be And It Starts With You
A very interesting article explaining how to become a WordPress developer has shown up on HubSpot.
WPSec blog presents a tutorial explaining what to watch out for when securing a WordPress plugin.
On Delicious Brains, Erik Torsner explains the structure of WP-CLI commands.
Andy Fragen promotes testing rollbacks for plugins and themes. They enable WordPress to roll back to the previous version every time an update goes wrong.
Sarah Gooding recaps recent goings-on at the ClassicPress camp and there have been some reshuffles in the project management staff.
On Do_the Woo, Maciek Palmowski, Carl Alexander, and Zach Stepek talk about the importance of testing and automation and why it is easier to convince store owners in eCommerce.
Eric Karkovack, explains when and why we should use Full Site Editing.
Carl Alexander breaks down why serverless is the best method for hosting a licensing manager WordPress.
Create Block Theme, an official plugin for creating block themes has turned up in the repository.
GoDaddy has launched its Academy too. For the moment, it spans a few e-books, but the authors promise we will see more materials soon.
Chris Hardie announced that on August 1, WP Lookout will shut down. It’s a shame as it was a fun way to track changes to plugins and themes.