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Theme.json is great for blocks, but what about themes and plugins that use good ol’ HTML?
Three reasons I had a really great design-to-dev handoff last week for a new website build.
A walkthrough of Copilot and I attempting to add some content to the post-publish panel in the block editor.
On documentation and how I made a pretty basic mistake with my ACF Blocks.
I’m logging into a lot of very cool Mastodon clients. Is that a good thing?
Introducing viewSource – a weekly conversation around tech, web development, and WordPress with hosts Aurooba Ahmed and Brian Coords.
Tips and tricks for using Github Copilot with WordPress development as I try to write a plugin using AI pair-programming.
As I think about the future of the internet, I’m genuinely concerned about our inability to create deeper meaning at scale or to even be able to share information in a reliable way.
WordPress Twitter was provoked this past week with a critique of developers using ACF meta boxes and options pages to control content.
We’ve been tightening up some internal processes at work, one of them being the design-to-dev handoff process. This is just a brief collection of thoughts for designers from the developer perspective.