WP-CLI is the command-line interface for WordPress that allows you to perform admin tasks, such as update plugins, configure multisite installs and much more, without using a web browser. Guest author Nathan Finch shares some neat tips and tricks for the WP-CLI that you can incorporate into your development for a better and faster workflow.
Guest author Ondřej Dostál examines microinteractions across various well-known applications that have fundamentally changed how we think about user experience today. This post is a great reference for inspiration if you are looking to enhance the user experience in your own app.
New to working with Docker containers, but have a good basic understanding of how they work? Guest author Luke Sapas goes further to explain how to manage and orchestrate your containers in this Docker Swarm tutorial.
As an app developer, you’ve probably heard a lot of buzz around Google’s open-source machine learning system, TensorFlow. If you’ve danced around with the idea of integrating machine learning into your app, this is the perfect tutorial to help you get started.
Guest author Wojciech Dobry offers an introductory design framework for solving problems that you as a front-end developer or designer (or both!) may encounter during the design process, as well as best practices in working with the various design elements using Sketch, a popular UI prototyping tool.
There are a number of tools that work to help you keep test coverage high and your components easy to refactor and maintain. Guest author Alonso Alaya Ortega covers how to use Enzyme and Jest by unit testing a simple React.js component.
Dashboards are a powerful way to communicate complex data and transform them into simple, yet actionable insight for products and teams. Guest author Stelian Subotin goes over best practices on how to create a dashboard that can drive more user-centered, goal-centric design decisions for your website or application.
Writing quality code is foundational to building great web applications. In this article, guest author Tigran Vardanyan covers best practices how to write clean code, as well as the different techniques to organize and maintain it so your HTML and CSS are extendable and easy to debug.
CEO Andrew Roberts addresses several myths on the new WordPress Gutenberg editor, based on Q&A with the audience when he presented on “The What and Why of Gutenberg” at WordCamp New York.
You may have considered using a search engine solution like Elasticsearch in your .NET project, but avoided it because it was built on Java. Guest Toptal author Ivan Cesar teaches shows how to easily install and configure full-text search functionality with Elasticaseach via the .NET package, NEST.
TinyMCE comes with over 30 different keyboard shortcuts you can use to improve the content editing experience and help users become more familiar with using your application. In this tutorial, Support Engineer Ryan Pollard walks through the process of adding shortcuts for new and pre-existing functionality in TinyMCE with the editor.shortcuts API.
We are excited to announce TinyMCE’s next major release, continuing our commitment to the future of rich-text editing. TinyMCE 4.7 contains a refreshed modern theme and a new mobile-optimized experience. We also continue to make improvements to the core editor, delivering greater stability.