October 11, 2017 — Having a solid backup strategy can save your life in times of an extreme website crisis. No one wants to lose any of the hard work they have put into their site and why should you ever have to if you are backing things up.
June 22, 2017 — Borek is a developer from Czechia, passionate about best practices, proper tooling etc. He is part of a team that is working on VersionPress and when he’s away from keyboard, he enjoys time with his family the most.
If you know you should be using version control for your WordPress projects but haven’t started yet, this talk is for you. I’ll show you that Git is not scary and that you can actually get started in under 10 minutes.
March 18, 2017 — The day I discovered Vagrant was the day that I changed the way I worked. I went from fighting with server setups and local development boxes to seamlessly creating sites that fit in with my own workflow. But Vagrant by itself, while good, won’t get you there alone.
That’s where VVV – a WordPress development environment – comes in. VVV comes pre-equipped with all of the tools, bells, and whistles needed to streamline your development environment.
Mitch will walk you through the setup of Vagrant, commands and tips to help you get the most out of Vagrant, and other applications (VVV Dashboard and VV) that help you use VVV to its full potential.
March 14, 2017 — WordPress has many moving parts that can be updated at the click of a button through its native tools. Keep your repository up to date by learning how to optimally configure your local .gitignore file. Benefits include: less merge conflicts, greater collaboration between developers and environments and of course, ease for clients and end user experience.
In a nutshell: What should you be versioning? Answer: YOUR themes or plugins you develop.
Optimizing your gitignore to version only the relevant code per your project, or directories can assist with allowing customers to update other features, such as WordPress Core and plugins that are not designed by your team. Your repository is then more streamlined and focused on code. This also excludes any configuration files that would cause issues between development environments. In the long run, you have less code to review/version and customers have the ease of use to know that only code is being updated for the theme and no potential issue with pushing anything unnecessarily.
January 4, 2017 — I will give a brief introduction to the Git Version Control System (VCS). Short demonstration of using git with WordPress. The demo will be for coding a theme or child theme. Then advantages and disadvantages of using a VCS. Lastly, other WordPress tips and tricks and Q&A at the end.
January 3, 2017 — This talk will cover not just how, but also why using a Version Control System like Git with your WordPress projects is helpful and important. You’ll see case studies, as well as a detailed tutorial, so you will will leave with knowledge on how this integration can be accomplished, as well as the confidence to integrate it into your own work process.
December 10, 2016 — Many of us are already aware of the ways that version control is necessary and beneficial when building software, but it can also easily be applied to parts of life outside of work. Lisa will suggest a few surprising and creative ways to use version control in a nontechnical capacity. You’ll come away from this talk with both a new appreciation for version control and the inspiration to start using it in a new way.
October 12, 2016 — Vorstellung von VersionPress beim WordPress Meetup Hannover am 11.10.2016
VersionPress verheiratet WordPress mit git und erlaubt so alle Änderungen im CMS (Datenbank und Filesystem) in ein Git-Repository zu speichern. Dadurch ist es auch möglich Änderungen rückgängig zu machen oder auch vollständig zu einem früheren Stand zurückzukehren.
Achrung: Leider gab es ein Problem mit dem Mikro und statt mit dem Speakermikrofon wurde mit dem im Rechner eingebauten aufgezeichnet. Daher ist der Klang etwas blechern und man hört die anderen Teilnehmer mehr als.
September 9, 2016 — WordPress is famous for it’s five minute installer. But in a larger environment it’s not the first installation that’s interesting but the next few (hundreds) that shall look exactly like the first one. So wouldn’t it be great to be able to deploy a wordpress-installation in five minutes onto a developers machine as well as onto a server? And have them identical? With the same configuration and set of plugins and theme?
In this session I will show how we solved that problem using tools like git, composer, vagrant and others while still being able to install plugins from wordpress.org via the web interface.