Moving some inherited code from CMB to CMB2 is pretty simple.
The circle of hell of dependencies is one we may never climb out of.
What men in dresses, fake geek girls, and coders all have in common.
Using Chart.js for pretty charts is pretty simple once you get the hang of it.
Can we have a serious talk about project bloat? During the framework kerfluffle, I remarked that I hated seeing a 10 line plugin needlessly include a framework like CMB2 because of the size of plugin it created. Someone remarked that if the library helped them write something in ten lines instead of 100, wasn’t that… Read more about Project Bloat
More control over Composer means fewer conflicts with SVN’s preflight checks on WordPress.org
Being aware of how we speak (or type) to others is imperative in communication when you’re pretty much all remote.
I’m really bad at thsi since, generally, I don’t know why people would want to with the plugins I make. Which means I don’t do it. Which means I didn’t know how. I have a plugin that records the IP address of users as they register and outputs it on the ‘show users’ page. It’s… Read more about Making Plugins Filterable
After close to a year with a watch, I’ve sorted out what kind of watch faces I like.
Saying no and hearing no is never simple.
The recent brouhahah with plugins and frameworks (and libraries) brings up serious problems and no perfect solutions.
A little on the topic of naming libraries and functions.