WordPress makes up 25% of the internet, which is huge, and we need to make sure we can preserve WordPress sites for future generations. WordPress, by nature, is dynamic. The majority of content is produced by PHP and compiled at run time. Exporting and...Read More Preserve WordPress Sites for Future Generations
Everyone is eager to turn their WordPress site into a mobile app, and we offer two services, Reactor and AppPresser, to help you to do that. However, as an alternative (or in tandem!), a desktop app may provide a good user experience, so I’m here to walk you through...Read More Easily Turn a WordPress Site Into a Desktop App
BuddyPress comes with all the profile and group pages it needs to access core settings and content. Sometimes you add a plugin to your site that’s not a BuddyPress plugin but you want to have a page on the profile to display...Read More Adding BuddyPress Custom Pages to Profiles
BuddyPress 2.5 adds a few new tools and as always some under the hood improvements that you should get jazzed about! Here are some of the updates we can come to expect from this next BuddyPress update:Read More What’s New in BuddyPress 2.5
Some people make health a focus of their New Years Resolutions–not that being healthy shouldn’t be on a persons mind, but I like to use the New Year as a way to clean out the cobwebs of development. To think over the...Read More 10 WebDevStudios Development Resources To Up Your Game!
I previously wrote about the first version of the WordPress JSON API here, but turns out, it’s not accurate anymore! Here’s an update of the code in that post; using this, you’ll be able to utilize the version two infrastructure of the API that is now in...Read More An Updated Overview of the WordPress JSON API in WordPress 4.4
WordPress is getting a JSON Rest API added to core. The first part of the API is actually already included. The endpoint infrastructure is in 4.4. As developers build extensions to the API, we need to take responsibility for our actions and how they can affect a...Read More WP-API: Endpoint Namespaces
They say remote work has its perks–work from home, work in your pajamas. For me, working from anywhere is what gets me excited. At WebDevStudios, we are distributed, so I take advantage of it. Last summer I got accepted to speak at WordCamp Miami. I...Read More Digital Nomad: Road Trip While You Work