Trellis now has a slimmer configuration file. Lots of settings have been moved outside of the configs and have intelligently set proper defaults.
Trellis now comes with automated Let’s Encrypt integration for free SSL certificates and the best HTTPS setup. Scores an A+ on the SSL Labs Test.
Follow up to the 'Improving WordPress Password Security' post. If you’re on PHP 5.5+ then use our bcrypt plugin to improve your site’s security.
We’ve released the wp-password-bcrypt plugin to improve WordPress password security by using bcrypt instead of insecure MD5 password hashing.
2015 was a really big year for Roots with the releases of Sage and Trellis. Our vision is to provide a suite of tools to make WordPress development better.
Sage 8.3.0 introduces setup.php (config.php and init.php combined) and removes the search template, Modernizr, and the ConditionalTagCheck class.
Trellis 0.9.1 introduces MailHog for capturing emails during development, customizable timezones, and bug fixes.
Trellis, formerly bedrock-ansible, is our latest project. Use Trellis to create and manage more professional server environments almost automatically.
Scott and Ben appear on this week’s Changelog podcast to talk about modern WordPress development. Bedrock, Sage, dependency management, deployment & more.
Sage 8.2.0 now uses Bootstrap Sass. The nav walker and jQuery CDN features have been moved to Soil. Bootstrap gallery component has also been removed.
We've created a new GitHub repository called roots-example-project.com to show a live, working example of how to use Roots projects together.