‘Frameworks’ Videos

  • Evangelos Dimitriadis: Tailwind CSS innerhalb eines Themes verwenden

    WordPress Meetup NürnbergSpeaker: Evangelos Dimitriadis

    November 23, 2020 — “Tailwind CSS ist ein hochgradig anpassbares Low-Level-CSS-Framework, das Ihnen alle Bausteine zur Verfügung stellt, die Sie für die Erstellung maßgeschneiderter Designs benötigen, ohne lästig aufgezwungene Stile, um deren Überschreibung Sie kämpfen müssen.”

    Die Integration von Tailwind CSS in ein WordPress Theme um mal kurz auszutesten, gestaltet sich ziemlich leicht. Die Einbindung eines Links aus einem der vielen zur Verfügung stehenden CDNs reicht für das ausprobieren aus. Wer aber das volle Potenzial des Utility-Frameworks ausreitzen will, kommt um ein lokales Setup nicht herum.

  • Aleksandar Savkovic: Agile habits not frameworks

    WordCamp Bucharest 2018Speaker: Aleksandar Savkovic

    August 6, 2019 — Google helped me to understand that WordPress is the next big thing in my life.
    So I reconsidered my profession and from the construction site supervisor, I became the Web “WordPress” developer at the age of 34.
    I believe that BIO should be seen as an ongoing process.
    Rather than a static snapshot, whereby we are perpetually re-framing, re-thinking and re-considering ourselves.
    At the moment I’m Western Balkans Manager at Enartia.com, a group of brands and coaching the dev team in a better tasks execution. Thank you, Scrum.
    The topic of Aleksandar’s presentation is “Agile habits not frameworks“.

  • Steffen Jung, Tim Rüdenauer: Das perfekte WordPress Framework

    WordCamp Cologne 2017Speakers: Tim Rüdenauer, Steffen Jung

    November 30, 2017 — In dieser Diskussionsrunde geht es um WordPress Frameworks.

  • Shelly Peacock: Frameworks Springboard – Build Better Sites in WAYYY Less Time

    WordCamp Raleigh 2017Speaker: Shelly Peacock

    June 20, 2017 — Shelly Peacock is the founder of the Spinbird Group, a WordPress Consulting and Design Group. She has a “full-stack” professional background of over 15 years which includes sales, marketing, and social media training.

    She gave quick customization tips. Also explained about incorporate Page Builders for even more speed and flexibility.

  • Shelly Peacock: Frameworks for Freelancers – Double Time IT!

    WordCamp Montreal 2016Speaker: Shelly Peacock

    December 2, 2016 — If you have ever had a client pick out a random theme, and asked you to build it out- then you spent 2 days learning how it worked- then this is for you. Don’t spend all your time learning new wheels- get a framework and learn it inside and out. Frameworks are going to be your best friend- there are several out there, I will talk about my top four faves- and the pros and cons of each. And, there are so many snippet resources out there- implementation will be your best teacher. The Bonus? Build sites in 2 days, not 2 weeks.

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  • David Grubb: WordPress Operations / Management – A Reality Check

    WordCamp Raleigh 2016Speaker: David Grubb

    November 6, 2016 — An explanation of WordPress Management and Operations. A look at Themes vs Frameworks, Design, Development Best Practices, and options for managing your WordPress websites.

  • Belén Albeza: You might not need a CSS Framework

    WordCamp London 2016Speaker: Belén Albeza

    May 28, 2016 — Nowadays it is very common to find CSS frameworks like Bootstrap used everywhere. But they come at a cost, paid in big CSS files, styles that don’t get used, and a hard to maintain code base. In this talk we will talk about why using a third-party framework might not be the right choice for your project, be it a theme or a custom website. We will also see techniques to craft a blog theme without frameworks, from layout to individual UI components.

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  • Shelly Peacock: Frameworks for Freelancers- Double Time IT!

    WordCamp Atlanta 2016Speaker: Shelly Peacock

    April 2, 2016 — If you have ever had a client pick out a random theme, and asked you to build it out- then you spent 2 days learning how it worked- then this is for you. Don’t spend all your time learning new wheels- get a framework and learn it inside and out.
    Frameworks are going to be your best friend- there are several out there, I will talk about my top four faves- and the pros and cons of each. And, there are so many snippet resources out there- implementation will be your best teacher.
    The Bonus? Build sites in 2 days, not 2 weeks.

    Presentation Slides »