Ever find yourself in a situation where you need to modify WordPress core but don’t want to hack it? Toby Schrapel’s newest post covers how to use Composer patches to modify WordPress the right way (similar to how we’ve previously suggested disabling PHP 7 notices).
A couple responsive image resources I came across recently:
- Morten’s guide to Controlling Responsive Images in WordPress
- Kevin Hoffman’s WordCamp talk on Demystifying Responsive Images
Helpful plugins, heard through via Nick Fox:
- Page for Post Type — Set a base URL for a post type via the reading settings.
- WordPress Hybrid Client — Build iOS and Android apps with AngularJS, Ionic, Cordova, and the WP-API.
tl;dr ES6 is the new standard.
CoffeeScript is past its prime.
You can’t go wrong with React.
Vue is the new up-and-comer
SASS/SCSS is the dominant framework.
Webpack and Gulp are the shiny future.
Grunt may become a thing of the past (with all but a grunt).
Got anything new to share? Let us know!