Spring is here, and here comes another awesome WordCamp! WordCamp Buffalo 2016 is coming our way on April 30th, 2016! Although I find it hard to believe that any of our regular readers are unfamiliar with WordCamp (come on, now!), for those...Read More Oh Heyyy, WordCamp Buffalo 2016! Get Ready for WDS!
Whether you’re a theme designer, freelance developer, creative lead, or any growing number of web-related job titles, chances are that you use Photoshop. Some, like myself, probably use it every day. If you’re designing the next big WordPress theme or slicing a...Read More Design and Photoshop for WordPress: Tips & Best Practices
As mentioned in our end of year post, one of our goals for 2015 was to up our content game–and up it we did. Earlier in the year, I talked about how we have been using a collaborative approach to create content...Read More Top 15 WebDevStudios Posts Published in 2015
As the end of 2015 approaches, we have joined the masses in taking stock of the passing year and started setting our sights on the next. The last few years have been a big jump for us and we’ve grown a lot....Read More Another Awesome WDS Year Down and Many More to Go
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
Wow. It’s hard to believe that it is already time for WordCamp US! We are SO EXCITED! As you know, we love WordCamps AND we love Philly, so we have been counting down to this fantastic event…and it’s nearly here! WordCamp US is...Read More WORDCAMP US!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It is well-known that WordPress is one of the most popular Content Management Systems available for building and maintaining a website. While a big part of that success is due to the ease-of-use, another big part of that is the wide variety of...Read More Getting Started with WordPress Hooks
Most developers know of the common WP_DEBUG in the config file, but some don’t know there are way more possibilities with WordPress and PHP in general. In this article, I’m going to show you some tips and tricks that I use when debugging WordPress plugins...Read More Debugging WordPress Tips and Snippets