One thing I love most about WP-CLI is its Behat-based test suite. In fact, if you consider WP-CLI successful at all, I'd attribute said success to the test suite. Having a great test suite ensures exceptional build quality because: It’s easy to write new tests, which means they actually get written. The tests interface with […]
A limited set (199 in total) will be headed to WordCamp Europe next week for WP-CLI’s biggest fans.
WP-CLI v1.2.0 released. Notably, a bootstrap refactor and brand new logo. But, refactoring always introduces bugs, so WP-CLI v1.2.1 was released today.
Adapted from my VIP Workshop presentation last week, which may have been my favorite presentation of all time. It was probably the GIFs.
WP-CLI welcomes its second maintainer, thanks to the support of our 2017 sponsors.
My responses to a series of questions from Xavier Borderie.
wp doctor lets you diagnose problems within WordPress by running a series of checks for symptoms; wp profile quickly identifies what’s slow with WordPress, by giving you visibility into key I/O indicators.
Chock full of enhancements and bug fixes from 21 contributors.
wp doctor checks are built on top of a foundational abstraction, it’s relatively straightforward for you to write your own custom check extending
wp profile eval-file, you can mock, execute, and evaluate the request with a one-off file.