How to to integrate Barba with the Sage starter theme to load pages asynchronously while maintaining a sensible and useful browser history.
Anime.js makes web animation easy and accessible to begin with for all developers. In this guide, we’ll explore how to use Anime in your next Sage 9 project.
Learn how to configure and use Bedrock with Local by Flywheel for your local development environment.
DigitalOcean can be easily used with Trellis, and WordPress sites hosted on a $5 DigitalOcean droplet can handle quite a bit with Trellis and FastCGI caching.
How to automate creating responsive background images so that all you're left to do is upload one high-resolution image to WordPress and pass its ID to a Blade component.
Learn how to dockerize your Bedrock & Sage local development workflow with Lando, an open source development tool that makes Docker easy.
Learn how to deploy your Bedrock and Trellis-based WordPress sites to Kinsta, a managed WordPress host that has Composer and WP-CLI support.
Using DeployBot's atomic deployment, you can automate seamless, zero-downtime releases of your Sage 9 themes.
DeployBot makes it easy to streamline your release process by automating Sage's deployment from your Git repository to your web host.
How to implement ACF Builder, a fluent API for the Advanced Custom Fields plugin, with Sage. Create field groups using a clean, reusable, DRY approach.
There are many ways to add private or paid WordPress plugins to your Bedrock-based project. In this guide, we go over using private Git repositories.
How to disable WordPress plugins on certain environments, such as local development, with a mu-plugin.
How to include the Advanced Custom Fields Pro WordPress plugin with Composer and encrypt your license key in your Git repository.