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.
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.
Starter content allows themes to define suggested settings, pages, widgets, and menus on new WordPress installations. New feature as of WordPress 4.7.
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.
A deep dive into what happens when you hit a URL on a WordPress website, and how to build a WordPress routing system that solves the issues with rewrites.
Up the PHP requirements in your WordPress themes and plugins. Use the short array syntax, anonymous functions, short echo syntax and more.
Turning a WordPress site into a Twelve-Factor App. If you're going to be creating complex websites with WordPress, then you need to get serious about it.
Factor #12: Run admin/management tasks as one-off processes. Write custom WP-CLI commands to guarantee you'll have access to your WP environment.