August 21, 2014 — As of WordPress 3.9, the Heartbeat API is no longer experimental! It’s intended to help developers synchronize data between the browser and server without manually sending individual AJAX calls. Learn Heartbeat basics and have a quick run-through on how it’s used by WordPress’ core.
August 5, 2014 — As of WordPress 3.9, the Heartbeat API is no longer experimental! It’s intended to help developers synchronize data between the browser and server without manually sending individual AJAX calls. Learn Heartbeat basics and have a quick run through on how it’s used by WordPress’ core.
June 25, 2014 — I hear frequently that it’s difficult to contribute code to WordPress’ core. During the past year, there’s been an increased emphasis on not only reaching out to new contributors, but making it simpler to get involved by making toolsets more accessible and trac more friendly to newcomers. In this talk I walk through how I got started, and how things have changed for the better since. Come to learn the first steps in contributing to WordPress’ core, leading up to Sunday’s workshop.
March 2, 2014 — A technical walk-through of the Heartbeat API, which allows developers to quickly add live-updates to the WordPress admin panel or front-end using native AJAX APIs.
February 17, 2014 — Aprende cómo utilizar la línea de comandos (CLI) para mejorar tú vida como administrador de WordPress. ¿Te encanta la idea de actualizar todos los plugins con el simple comando de “wp plugin update-all“? Descubre WP-CLI, una herramienta de software libre para manejar WordPress. Aprenderás cómo instalarlo, hacer operaciones comunes de administración en WordPress, y ampliar su funcionalidad con plugins de tu propia creación.
December 9, 2013 — In the past, image manipulation in WordPress was an alchemy of mixing GD functions and WordPress functions together to (hopefully) turn out the desired result. In WordPress 3.5+, GD is abstracted out, and a new class, WP_Image_Editor, allows easy manipulation of image files. This lets you perform simple resizing, crops, flips, rotates, and real-time streaming of those results using Imagick or GD. But, that’s not all! You can also easily extend WordPress’ classes to add your own functions, or replace the entire engine with your own.
This session will walk through what’s changed for image manipulation in 3.5, and explain ways you can take advantage of the APIs, both through using them directly and extending them for plugins of your own.
August 6, 2013 — Learn how using the command line can change your WordPress development life. Learn how to install it locally or globally on your host, perform common WordPress administration tasks, and expand its functionality with plugins of your own.
February 13, 2013 — Mike Schroder walks through changes in WordPress 3.5 for image manipulation explaining the new WP_Image_Editor class, and ways you can take advantage of the new APIs, both through using them directly and extending them for plugins of your own.