It’s a classic situation. You’re contributing to a project, filed your pull request, and gotten it approved by your peers. You’re all ready to merge your code and add your humble contribution to the project when, out of nowhere, GitHub gives you...Read More Retroactively Sign Git Commits
Visual Studio (VS) Code was released on April 29, 2015 by Microsoft. In a very short time, it has taken the coding world by storm. As of 2020, nearly 51% of developers claim to use it as their primary development environment. This,...Read More Speed Up Your Development with Visual Studio Code
Maybe it’s just me, but @webdevstudios is one of the few companies that often shares their Five for the Future work https://t.co/AVvnDeLkYY — Jeff (@jeffr0) June 5, 2017 While giving back to the WordPress community isn’t something that WebDevStudios (WDS) does for...Read More Five for the Future: the Gift That Keeps on Giving
Every month, WDS releases a bunch of goodies over on Github (and occasionally WordPress.org and elsewhere). While we typically share the links on social media, we know that it’s easy for things to get lost in the noise, so we will be...Read More WDS Github Releases for May 2015
Every month, WDS releases a bunch of goodies over on Github (and occasionally WordPress.org and elsewhere). While we typically share the links on our social media, we know that it’s easy for things to get lost in the noise, so we will...Read More WDS Github Releases for February 2015
If you’re not already familiar, Custom Metaboxes and Fields for WordPress is a WordPress drop-in plugin that will “create metaboxes with custom fields that will blow your mind.” The Custom Metaboxes and Fields (CMB) library is a frequently used tool at WebDev, so I...Read More Custom Metaboxes and Fields 1.0.0 Released!