Thoughts on Fabrica? Looks trellis-esque?
That's new : wp-docker!
Interesting. Docker, Wordmove for deployment, Twig templating, Bem and LostGrid. Like WP Docker but including deployment and some additional features on top. Will give it a whirl one of these days.
This is one clean looking page builder.
Oh dang. That looks great! If it can do straight Bootstrap columns (or let me easily add a module for them) that pretty much solves my layout problems. I'm excited.
Digital Ocean will be releasing their own Object Storage platform. You can sign up for early access/testing: https://www.digitalocean.com/products/storage/object-storage.
This is pretty exciting: https://letsencrypt.org/2017/07/06/wildcard-certificates-coming-jan-2018.html
That's great news! Definitely been waiting for this.
Some may find this useful, a Nav Walker with Bootstrap classes, including dropdown classes where necessary
Emmet Re:view is a handy Chrome plugin for easily testing responsive layouts across many viewports.
Also, I’m really looking forward to Compositor Zero (from the folks who made Tachyons) for quickly iterating on design variants/permutations.
Can’t say I completely understand MergeBot but it looks like WP Migrate DB Pro on steroids?
I think it’s more like git but for a database Looks interesting though.
Just a note, this is going to break Sage for now because Sage’s dependency is currently listed as "bootstrap": "^4.0.0-alpha.6",
The most obvious things that’s going to break right away is $brand-primary. Beta doesn’t use that syntax anymore.
Interesting article on “semantic” vs “functional” css.
Especially relevant as Tachyons, with it’s utility classes, is now an option with Sage 9.
It’s pretty pricey though at $49/mo
Great idea but don’t think I could warrant that for all the smaller sites I run. It would need to be a large enterprise site to warrant that.
Speaking of $49/mo, I was looking into WPMU Pro Sites the other day but that’s a touch too much. Especially when converted into AUD.
Found a good reference for ACF field registration, especially helpful when building out fields w/ StoutLogic’s ACF Builder.
Matt Mullenweg, in his capacity as WordPress project lead, announced yesterday that Project Gutenberg will be dropping React support. Also, in his role as Automatic CEO, he announced that the Calypso project will also be dropping React.
An open GitHub issue discussing which library to adopt for core is here:
Potentially quite annoying: