Things I Learned While Replacing a GitHub App with GitHub Actions Workflows
Say goodbye to tedious, time-consuming processes by using GitHub Actions! In this post, you’ll discover the valuable lessons learned while replacing a GitHub app with workflows. You will find the transition process explained in detail with tips and tricks to improve efficiency and streamline your workflow. Learn from the real-world experience shared in this post, and take advantage of the power of GitHub Actions to simplify your development process and save valuable time.
Stop and (Help) Fix It
A little over two years ago, I stumbled over a blog post that I resonated quite well with. It’s called Go see. Stop and fix it., and it’s by Leon Tranter, a certified Professional Scrum Master from Sydney, blogging about all things Agile. The blog post covers two concepts of Lean Software Development, which is […]
Making the Best of Config
Over the last half year, I have been looking into several of project repositories on GitHub, and I came across quite a few different ways of configuring (and using) various tools and services. In this post, I would like to share some simple, yet effective suggestions that, in my opinion, make for a much easier […]
ABC – The Look of Love (in Code)
No, sorry, this is not about the song. But well, while you’re all here, why not start it in the background, and continue reading…? 😅 CONFLICT (some-branch): Merge conflict in some/file.here Over and over again, I encountered merge conflicts due to several people adding stuff to some kind of list by simply appending whatever they […]
How to Set up Modern PHP Coding Standards for WordPress
This post explains how to write WordPress code following modern PHP best practices, adhering to the official (or other established) coding standards.
An Introduction to Unit Testing (for WordPress)
Talking about “testable code” is usually done in the context of unit testing. Writing testable code thus requires understanding unit testing. Learn it now.
Don’t Blindly Trust Premium Products
Want to read some rant on poorly written premium stuff? Go ahead then…
Using ESLint for WordPress Projects