I just saw @nathobson share this neat thing on Twittah:
Securely store WordPress user passwords in database with Argon2i hashing and SHA-512 HMAC using PHP’s native functions.
Stumbled upon this tonight while repo lurking. They have an Electron app (beta) too.
Backup WordPress database during Trellis deploys
Thank me when plugin update drops production database tables
Auto-deploy Trellis after git push
- AWS CodeBuild
- [insert all the fancy words you want to see here]
$ git push and CircleCI deploys my projects for me.
For a real life Trellis + Sage + Bedrock project, CircleCI deployment is ~3 minutes faster than my computer. If you know why my computer is so slow, please send private message.
The recently released WP Rig starter theme by Morten Rand-Hendriksen looks interesting. Seems similar in many ways to Sage, bar the Blade template engine.
Yeah saw that in my inbox this morning and my first thought was ‘but I have Sage already…’
I stumbled into phpdbg when trying to fix a failing Travis CI build.
Phpdbg Is Much Faster Than Xdebug For Code Coverage:
There are only two hard things in Computer Science: cache invalidation and naming things
– Phil Karlton
Although reusing passwords is solely users’ fault but when evil attackers brute forced users’ passwords, and stole all their personal information or spent users’ hard earn money through your site. Those lazy users blame you, the site owner/developer.
This plugin’s solely purpose is to disallow WordPress and WooCommerce users reusing passwords listed in have I been pwned database.
I’ve been using Chassis for a while, and for the most part, it just works. I’m interested in using Sage again for a new project after many years of being away. Things have moved on quite a bit with Bedrock and Trellis. From what I see chassis overlaps with Trellis in terms of setting up a LEMP stack, but also, includes (as does VVV), a predetermined WP structure. Because of this, you can’t use Chassis/VVV with Bedrock.
Would you say that’s correct?
Yes. I never ended up digging into Chassis because of this.
Bedrock and Trellis are not needed for using Sage, so if Chassis works for you, there’s nothing stopping you from using Sage — provided that Chassis uses a modern version of PHP (>= 7.1.3), which they should be since 5.6 and 7.0 are EOL by the end of the year. If it doesn’t this could be a great opportunity to contribute to Chassis if they are open to that type of improvement.
That’s a great news!
$ cd /path/to/trellis && npx @itinerisltd/enveigle
DO just launched their K8 stack:
Turn WordPress plugin zip files into git repositories, so that composer version constraint could work properly.