I’m finally going for my first ever WordCamp. Not only I am attending, but I’ll give a talk as well. In WordCamp Singapore, you will hear me talk about the advantages of utilizing WordPress hooks. How they can massively help pushing features into a large codebase/theme become almost a cinch. When is the best time to add a hook and where you can usually best place a hook. Ultimately, I hope to give you an idea on how actions and filters work in […]
For those who missed the live-stream of WordCamp Europe 2016 or missed several talks, you can watch the recorded videos right in the #WCEU 2016 official website. Re: watch #WCEU Track 1 First time I joined the event, although virtually, but I had a ton of learning out of watching several speakers talks. It’s amazing to know how these super talented people collaborate for this beautiful thing […]
I’m not sure when was the last time I touched this WordPress plugin but nonetheless, i’ve finally got some time to work on several updates. And below are the list of changes that you’ll find in 1.1.0: Compatible with ACF 4.4.6 and ACF Pro 5.3.7 Prevent class conflict if this plugin is already added directly in your plugin/theme. Fix: Prevent style being printed in JSON export You know the drill when an update is available 🙂
WordPress 4.5 is coming up! Peruse this guide for the developer-focused changes https://make.wordpress.org/core/2016/03/30/wordpress-4-5-field-guide/.
Pay attention to Backbone and Underscore being updated. Might break your scripts (e.g Add button in media library #35853), so make sure to test your code. While you’re at it, it’s even better to test other parts of your plugins and themes with the rest of the changes included in this release. 🍷
Ever since I got familiar with how the WordPress maintain its codebase and the community behind that pushes fixes and features, I’d always imagine my self being a part of it. And the recent release, WordPress 4.4, is the start of the journey. I didn’t do much but the simple act of updating a doc block is something could be truly appreciated by the community (core). Once you’re in there, you’ll know how they work hard and not thinking about how their efforts […]