Idea: WordPress plugin for wp-cli so I could use the latter in the WordPress admin. Like Hopscotch, but installed on the site instead of as a browser extension. A sort of power user mode for the WordPress admin.
This here site predates post formats in core, so many of my older posts are categorized with a post format but missing an actual post format. Now that I’ve switched to the lovely TwentyThirteen, I decided to fix things up. Here’s the bit of PHP I… Continue reading →
As a part of tonight’s “It’s Tool Time: 4 Tools You Cannot Live Without” meetup, I presented on my beloved wp-cli. wp-cli is a command line interface for WordPress, and a tremendously powerful tool for WordPress developers on a deadline. So powerful, in fact, I… Continue reading →
Easily Set Up Unit Tests For Your Plugin. Coming to you via wp-cli, the hottest project in the community.
Today, I’ve been invited to give a talk at WordCamp Seattle titled “WordPress at the Command Line: An Introduction to wpshell and wp-cli”. It’s exactly this — an introduction, because I hope to inspire further exploration of interacting with WordPress through the command line. Similar… Continue reading →