Click here to view the embedded video. Envato is the company behind a number of impressive WordPress-related projects: ThemeForest carries a number of themes, CodeCanyon is a plugin marketplace, they’ve released ebooks about WordPress, and most recently they launched a tutorial blog focused on WordPress. They’ve also turned five years old recently, and did a [...]
Alex eventually decided to move all primary development of his projects to Github, due to the “vibrant developer community” there. They will still be keeping the plugins on WordPress.org up to date, of course. You just finished reading Alex King decides to move his development to Github on WPCandy. Please consider leaving a comment!
John James Jacoby has been a busy guy today. After the BuddyPress beta announcement earlier he published the announcement that bbPress RC 4 is now available. Why RC 4 already? According to Jacoby the last few release candidates have been put out without mention due to a high amount of feedback on the plugin. bbPress [...]
In the interview Jones talks about what he thinks makes WonderThemes unique when compared to other theme marketplaces. Interestingly, his original plan wasn’t to start a marketplace, but to start up his own theme shop. You just finished reading Interview with Michael Kimb Jones of WonderThemes on WPCandy. Please consider leaving a comment!
Click here to view the embedded video. Ben Balter built the WP Document Revisions plugin as part of the Google Summer of Code. In this screencast he shows how a team can use it to collaborate on documents using WordPress’ revisions system, which he has extended to include file revisions. Do you have a purpose for this [...]
John James Jacoby emerged from the depths of code this morning (presumably) to post that BuddyPress 1.5 beta 3 is now available. In case you’re new to software betas, here’s briefly the way it works. Plugins like BuddyPress (and WordPress itself) is released in beta to allow others to test with it and find bugs. [...]
In celebration of his latest plugin release (sweet, another bbPress plugin!) and in order to generate more plugin ideas, WordPress developer Jared Atchison is giving away two copies of Professional WordPress Plugin Development on his site. To win all you have to do is describe a plugin you want to see made in his comment [...]
Update: This recording has been rescheduled for the 31st, rather than the 30th. Sorry folks! We’ll see you, same time tomorrow. After far too long of a wait, we’ll be back at the WPCandy Podcast tonight. Brian Krogsgard and I will be sitting down to record episode 24, live on the WPCandy Stream. If you [...]
The last WordCamp Las Vegas news was that the event needed some help in order to happen. From the sound of things that help came through: the previous organizer John Hawkins has announced that he has handed over the role of lead organizer to Shelby DeNike, a developer living in Vegas. So far a date [...]
John Kleinschmidt wondered if he could set up a development server running WordPress on his HP Touchpad. The answer? Yup. You just finished reading WordPress dev server running on an HP TouchPad on WPCandy. Please consider leaving a comment!