Interactive Vim tutorial. Even if you know the commands (of which I only have some memorized), this is a useful way to build muscle memory.
hub. Marries git and Github at the command line.
Hi WordPress, Meet Vagrant. Funny callouts. It would be cool to easily replicate WordPress.com using Vagrant though.
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 wrote my slides as a command 15 minutes before my talk.
Airbrake: The error app. Track errors seen by your users.
This week I’m at Webstock, a lovely conference in New Zealand. I’m doing my best to write little blog posts about the amazing presentations. Please forgive any typos, etc. If you’re here too, come write a haiku at Automattic’s booth.
- Getting started designing.
- Local development environment.
- Working on a team.
- Preprocessing saves happiness.
- Testing, testing, testing.
&what;. Easily find HTML character entities.
facelessuser/ExportHtml. Convoluted to set up, but a really, really useful Sublime Text package for exporting your pretty syntax-highlighted code into colored text you can copy and pasted into Keynote. Invaluable.
This is the week of releasing plugins!
- Completely reworked user interface, one that now looks and feels like much of the rest of the WordPress admin.
- Abstracted ad network logic, so you can integrate additional ad networks. Currently, Ad Code Manager fully supports Double Click for Publishers. Pull requests with support for other ad networks are always welcome.
- In-plugin contextual help to get you properly configured.
- Priorities for ad codes, which allow you to work around conflicts.
- An [acm-tag] shortcode for placing ad codes within posts.
- A widget for placing ad codes in widget areas. Thanks to Justin Sternburg at WebDevStudios for the contribution.
Rewrite Rules Inspector is a simple development tool for viewing all of the rewrite rules registered with your site. It’s been available for VIPs hosted on WordPress.com for a while — today it’s available for download from the WordPress.org repository.
Specifically, the Rewrite Rules Inspector helps you:
- View a listing of all your rewrite rules.
- See which rewrite rules match a given URL (and the priorites they match in).
- Filter by different sources of rewrite rules.
- Know when rewrite rules are missing in the database by showing an error message.
Both plugins are available for forking in the Automattic Github repo, and pull requests are always welcome. Coming up next are improvements to Co-Authors Plus, P2 Resolved Posts, and a new round of development on Edit Flow…