3 October 2016
29 September 2016
When you install our Yoast SEO plugin onto your WordPress site, there are some basic things that you have to set up for your site to rank. Normally you have to go to the settings of the plugin and set everything up yourself. There are a lot of settings in our plugin, and they’re not »
Read: "Developing the Yoast SEO onboarding wizard"
16 March 2016
Andrey “Rarst” Savchenko
PhpStorm has been growing in popularity in WordPress circles. On one hand it’s a solid code editor choice in general. On another it’s great for projects in the WordPress ecosystem, which typically contain a balance of legacy code and modern PHP practices. I remember troubleshooting some issue in Yoast SEO years ago. I grumped that it wouldn’t »
Read: "PhpStorm IDE at Yoast"
23 February 2016
A nice way to optimize your test flow is by having PhpStorm run your unit tests for you. It can be quite some work to set this up for WordPress plugins, since they depend so heavily on WordPress. In this post, I’ll go over all the steps you’ll have to take to do this.
Read: "Unit testing WordPress plugins with PHPUnit in PhpStorm"
5 February 2016
This past weekend I was fortunate enough to be able to join the Yoast Dev team on our visit to PHPBenelux Conference 2016 in Antwerp, Belgium. This two-day event was jam-packed with tutorials, speakers, interesting conversations and lots of laughs. There was too much going on to cover it all, but I’ll discuss some of »
Read: "PHPBenelux Conference 2016 – A retrospect"