Andrew is a WordPress core developer and member of the commit team. He developed the Log Deprecated Notices plugin which is very useful, and he is also a WordPress consultant.
Tag › Development
A site for posting and answering WordPress releated questions, where the asking person provides and dollar amount for the solution, and the person posting the solution wins the bid.
The idea behind WordPress Snippets is simple; to provide small snippets of code, helping you to create a magic WordPress Theme. The original documentation of WordPress is excellent, but not as straight forward as you may want. Straight forward is the lead word for WP Snippets. No talk, just Snippets.
webtech.vn is a community for people working with startups and web technologies. We are like TechCrunch and Tutsplus but for local niche.
The site is in its beta with WordPress and Buddypress installed. There is a business directory and a job board coming soon in our development plan and we are working hard on it.
WordPress Tavern is a site focused on all things WordPress. On top of that, we also cover BuddyPress, bbPress, any project under the Automattic umbrella etc. WordPress Tavern is a warm and inviting community where those interested in the software can hang out with fellow WordPressers to engage in enlightening discussions. On WPTavern, you’ll find reviews, news, screencasts, guest blog posts from some great community members and much more.
Textmate and Coda to help speed up development for WordPress, and to make developers lives easier. It makes adding commonly used WP snippets of code to a document I’m working on extremely easy. Currently this only exists for Textmate and Coda on Mac.
The Textmate WP Starter Plugin and The Coda WP Starter Plugin have two modes:
- WP Quick: Which is a folder and file skeleton.
- WP Full: Which is a full theme structure markup and base styling.
The official blog for the core development team of the WordPress open source project. Great site to follow for anyone interested in WordPress development or design.
This awesome plugin by Andrew Nacin, logs the usage of deprecated files, functions, and function arguments, offers the alternative if available, and identifies where the deprecated functionality is being used.
WP_DEBUG not required (but its general use is strongly recommended).