This is Page Builder week, with a little bit flavour of Chrome and Git. Total 50 posts.
- A Developer’s Learning Curve – Keep learning.
- Things That I Believe Every Project Needs | Tom McFarlin – Those are:
- Bug and Issue Tracker
- Source Control
- Optionally, A Roadmap
- Everything about Sass Maps.
- Vagrant vs Docker: Which is better for WordPress development? – Getting to know with Docker for the first time. It said Docker is lighter. Going to try it next month. Hopefully.
- Running PHPUnit Tests Outside VVV – Have never used PHPUnit before. Gotta need to try it someday. But agree (or disagree?) at one point with the article, if going to use VVV (Vagrant), what’s the point to test it “outside”, which means sacrificing the environment by installing (almost) everything on the host OS ?
- All about Chrome Dev Tools.
- 15 Must-Know Chrome DevTools Tips and Tricks
- Six Tips for Chrome DevTools | CSS-Tricks
- Leveraging Chrome Developer Tools for WordPress Development – WPMU DEV
- How to Use Chrome Developer Tools to Improve Your WordPress Website
- Extract accessibility information with the Accessibility Inspector – Chrome DevTools – Dev Tips
- Sync GitHub Fork. There are two ways. But probably preferable Command Line one. Since the Web UI one is said not really the right way to sync.
- Writing PHP Git Hooks with Static Review – Seems nice. Although not keen to try it right now.
- How to undo (almost) anything with Git – Useful Undo.
- Don’t Report Issues on GitHub | Tom McFarlin – Agreed. GitHub is developer to developer.
- Managing Huge Repositories with Git – Once shocked someone pushed the PSD files to git. Turns out large files is indeed problem for git. And it’s nice to have solutions like these.
- Beginner Tutorial: How to Use Git for WordPress Development – Good basic tutorial. Especially if want to use SourceTree on Windows. Just the opening paragraph a little bit misleading. Uploading via FTP can’t be replaced with mere version control. The workflow should be more complex.
- Importing A Large Database in MAMP | Tom McFarlin – Nice tips. Always can’t remember the exact script.
- Breaking It Down To The Bits: How The Internet, DNS, And HTTPS Work – Smashing Magazine – Contains more links which probably even longer to read. While those links might be good and useful, no particular knowledge in this post. Some comments also agree with this.
- An Introduction to Learning and Using DNS Records – Have read many DNS articles, but sometimes feel like never get a grasp of it. Probably just need more practice.
- Proposed Customizer Roadmap Announced – Roadmap for the future of Customizer. Old post, so it’s rather a house cleaning.
- Reviews and direct comparison of Obox’s Layer and WPMUDev’s Upfront.
- Two posts about Visual Composer.
- From premium theme becoming a plugin: Elegant Themes’ Divi (Builder).
- The Divi WordPress Theme: Changing the Way You Blog
- ElegantThemes – Release Divi 2.4 Features
- Divi 2.4 – More Versatile and Popular than Ever – Web Resources Depot
- The new Divi 2.5 – An Awesome Performer That Is Now Even Better – Web Resources Depot
- Genesis or Divi? – How To Choose Between The Two!
- The Divi Builder Plugin Has Arrived – A Drag & Drop Page Builder For Any WordPress Theme | Elegant Themes Blog
- Divi Builder Plugin Review: Elegant Themes’ New Drag-&-Drop Page Builder
- List, review and comparisons of Page Builders.
- Comparing Drag & Drop WordPress Page Builders
- Understanding the Power of WordPress Page Builders
- 5 Best Drag and Drop WordPress Page Builders Compared
- MotoPress vs Visual Composer vs SiteOrigin vs Beaver Builder
- The 11 Best Drag and Drop Page Builder WordPress Plugins – WPExplorer
- The 7 Best Drag-&-Drop WordPress Page Builder Plugins Compared
- The Pros And Cons Of WordPress Page Builder Plugins | @thetorquemag
- Not a fans of Multi-Purpose. But the market love it.
- PHP CodeSniffer For MAMP and WordPress | Tom McFarlin – Not using MAMP. But really need to try PHP CodeSniffer.
- Building a Client Site From the Ground Up or Not? – Definitely choose number two. Build using starter theme like Underscore.
- Is It Time to Diversify Beyond WordPress? – Diversification is needed. But still need to focus on the primary.