Bedrock has been updated with WordPress 5.1.1, a security and maintenance release. Trellis 1.0.2 includes a few minor changes.
Bedrock 1.12.2 has been released with support for WordPress 5.1. WordPress 5.1 includes performance improvements to the new editor and more.
Bedrock 1.12.0 has been released with a couple new features and support for the latest version of vlucas/phpdotenv.
Learn how to configure and use Bedrock with Local by Flywheel for your local development environment.
How to use Dependencies.io to automate WordPress and WordPress plugin updates with Composer. Save yourself some time — especially if you're an agency or freelancer who manages multiple sites.
We are excited to announce our new composer package for installing WordPress: roots/wordpress. This is a drop-in replacement for the johnpbloch/wordpress package Bedrock has used since November 2014.
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.
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.