I just submitted my proposal to speak at WordCamp San Francisco this year: Unit testing can be difficult, slow, and it often seems that the benefits are not worth the effort. I want to show you otherwise. With the support of TechCrunch leadership, the TechCrunch dev team and I were able to make tests an important part of our process.
WPSeek is a search engine for WordPress functions, filters, actions, and constants. The site, created by Oliver Schlöbe, has been serving developers and theme authors for more than five years. A couple months ago, Schlöbe released a free WPSeek Android app, making the function reference and search engine easy to browse on Android devices.
The list of all changes made to the Genesis Framework 2.1.0 since version 2.0.2.
In this two hour webinar, “The Professor” Benjamin Bradley covers everything from how much freelancers should charge, to surviving the slow months as well as exactly how to put a retainer package together using iThemes products. Watch the Replay How Much to Charge Know your Burn Rate.
“Can I use” provides up-to-date browser support tables for support of front-end web technologies on desktop and mobile web browsers.
The following is a guest post by Ty Strong. Ty noticed a curious lack of information on the element here on CSS-Tricks and I agreed. Can’t let that happen! Take it away Ty. The element in HTML represents a machine-readable date, time, or duration.
It’s been nearly 6 months since we last updated Genesis, and we’d like to say that is a reflection of how stable the Genesis Framework is. Today, we’re very happy to announce that Genesis 2.1 is now available for you. Genesis 2.1 is part sensible additions, and part housekeeping.