Welcome back Daniel! Join us as we talk about 'A more RESTful WP-CLI', our take on the WP-API drama, and what we're doing with React in WordPress.
Today we talk about what happens when you need more from your hosting service. From shared hosting, all the way up to autoscaling dedicated services.
Scott, Austin, Nathaniel, and Chris talk about Automattic's latest project for WordPress.com: Calypso. Have a listen for our thoughts on this project.
Daniel and Joe are both on the WP-API team. Listen as they discuss their experiences and dig a little deeper into this major development for WordPress.
John joins us to talk about testing. Listen to find out how you can get testing added into your workflow, and what tools are available to WordPress devs.
In this episode we talk about the Sage philosophy, what we are doing right now with Sage, and our own theming process (with some tips & tricks).
Eugene Cook joins Austin and Chris to talk about his Docker setup. Listen to to find out how Eugene uses WordPress, Docker, and Roots in his business.
In this episode we take a deeper look at Trellis, talk a bit the rebrand, the ups/downs of maintaining open source, and answer some community questions.
Roots Radio is a new podcast about the Roots tools and general banter about modern web development. Listen for an overview of the different Roots projects.
Scott and Ben appear on this week’s Changelog podcast to talk about modern WordPress development. Bedrock, Sage, dependency management, deployment & more.
Modify your site’s entire theme from the variables file and remove unused Bootstrap components. Bootstrap is completely optional and can be removed.
Sage was created to make your life easier as a WordPress developer, and it contains a collection of valuable tools for creating better websites faster.