We met a lot of amazing people who are doing phenomenal in their respective niche which includes development, sales, business development, customer support and so forth in the WordPress ecosystem. Everyone of the attendee was an absolute delight to meet. Whilst the interaction with many professional in the camp, I’m compiling the list of major takeaways that I can recall.
This post is to sum up my 50 hours long struggle which led me to do two reinstalls of Ubuntu, just to install Vagrant and then Varying Vagrant Vagrants for the WordPress Development Workflow. Now, let me make this clear, so that you don’t have to browse through several tuts to read something specific on […]
Migration is a pain. Don’t believe me? Ask any developer who’ve migrated an above average quantity of content from one WordPress install to another. You lose pieces here and there (at times) and when the post type and taxonomies needs shuffling, it’s another ball game. Recently I had a task to migrate content from a […]
As far as I remember I’m using Gzip compression in all the websites we build; it’s sort of a no-brainer. You build a website, you use Gzip, you be happy. But few days back, I decided to know more about Gzip just than the fact that it is used for HTTP compression; hence I browsed […]
Now, being a WordPress developer, little do I have to worry about Node.js (just kidding!). Still, Node.js have been mentioned quite few times in-front of me and am accepting this publicly – I don’t have a slightest of the clue of how it can be used or its proper use cases.
Hence, that sparkled my day’s browsing journey and following is what I found on Node.js context