30 October 2019
Read: "How to create a Gutenblock with ACF"
16 October 2019
Unit-testing your WordPress plugin can be challenging. Luckily there are tools out there making it a lot easier. In this post, we will be covering the following tools: PHPUnit, Mockery and BrainMonkey. Together these tools can be a powerful tool to ensure the technical quality of your plugin. Before we started using these tools at »
Read: "Unit-testing with mocks in WordPress"
9 October 2019
Read: "The power of defaults: Grunt tasks and configuration"
2 October 2019
11 September 2019
Every profession has its own terminology, or lingo if you will. So does design. For me, as a self-taught designer, I noticed that a lot of the terminology used in design is often more confusing than it actually helps me in my work. Terms like style guide, design language, design system, design kit, and pattern »
Read: "Design terminology: adopting the concepts that fit your needs"
4 September 2019
When you’re creating your own WordPress theme or adapting an existing theme, pay attention to your code structure and semantics. This will benefit your website greatly: it improves your SEO because search engines know better what to expect on your site. It will also improve your site’s accessibility: meaning that people who use assistive technologies, »
Read: "Why your websites’ code structure matters"
28 August 2019
Kai van Grunsven
21 August 2019
As plugin developers, we are continuously working on implementing features and fixing bugs. We’re not flawless, but fortunately we, at Yoast, have a QA team that tests our plugin daily, both manually and automatically. Sometimes when they find a bug, a specific commit or pull request comes to mind that is the likely cause. Sometimes »
Read: "Using git bisect to find the commit that broke your code"