This week I spoke at the WPCampus conference about automated user interface testing using Selenium. Here are my slides and relevant links.
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Today I spoke about how we use the WordPress REST API at Actionable.co. See this post for my slides and links to the rest of my writing about the REST API.
Do you need to access sites running in your local development environment (localhost) from outside your network? ‘ngrok’ can help you with that.
While browsing the WordPress Core code, I came across a few additional options you can specify to perform argument validation, without having to write custom validation functions.
How to quickly submit all form field values via a jQuery AJAX call.
I’m using the WordPress REST API to remotely trigger the clearing of a key in the Object Cache. Find out how.
I stumbled upon a new filter added in WordPress 4.7 that allows you to modify the output generated by a shortcode! Handy!
A friend, who is just starting out in software development, asked on Facebook yesterday: “What would you tell your past self just starting out in your career? What mistakes did you make that you learned…
Thank you to everyone who attended my WordPress Coding Standards & Best Practices talk at WordCamp Winnipeg 2016. Here are the slides from the presentation: I also wanted to share a few links to things that were mentioned…
Thank you to everyone who came out to my talk this afternoon at WordCamp Rochester 2016. I hope you’re able to use the WP-CLI tools to manage your WordPress sites faster using the command line.…