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Managing Custom Tables in WordPress

Once upon a time I tried to build a theme and plugin store into the WordPress dashboard. Kind of like iTunes for WordPress. I called it WP App Store. Long… Read more

Brad

Sep 8, 2015

Managing Your WordPress Site with Git and Composer Part 2 – Using Composer to Manage Themes and Plugins

This is article 2 of 4 in the series “Managing Your WordPress Site with Git and Composer” In part 1 we looked at how to store and manage your WordPress… Read more

Gilbert Pellegrom

Jul 8, 2015

Managing Your WordPress Site with Git and Composer Part 1 – Storing WordPress in Git

This is article 1 of 4 in the series “Managing Your WordPress Site with Git and Composer” Welcome to the first post in a series on Managing Your WordPress Site… Read more

Gilbert Pellegrom

May 29, 2015

Why You Should Use the WordPress HTTP functions to Make API Requests

Sometimes your WordPress site needs to talk to other services around the web. This almost exclusively happens using the HTTP protocol. A common example of this is when your WordPress… Read more

Erik

Sep 8, 2021

The Ultimate Developer’s Guide to the WordPress Database

Here at Delicious Brains we eat, drink and sleep databases. However, we believe that any developer working with WordPress should have some level of knowledge about the database that sits… Read more

Iain

Jun 3, 2020

Managing Your WordPress Site with Git and Composer Part 4 – Installing WordPress in a Subdirectory

This is article 4 of 4 in the series “Managing Your WordPress Site with Git and Composer” In part 1 of this series we looked at how to store and… Read more

Gilbert Pellegrom

Oct 6, 2015

Our Struggles to Stay Healthy While Working From Home Part 2

This is article 2 of 2 in the series “Our Struggles to Stay Healthy While Working From Home” It’s been just over a year since we posted about our struggles… Read more

Iain

Jan 31, 2017

Vagrant vs Docker: Which is better for WordPress development?

Before Docker came on the scene Vagrant was the go-to solution for creating development environments that can be configured independently of your machine and shared with a team. There are… Read more

Gilbert Pellegrom

Mar 31, 2020

Behind-the-Scenes: Replacing All of WP Migrate DB Pro’s jQuery with React

My latest task for WP Migrate DB Pro is creating a new user interface and rewriting all the JavaScript for the plugin and addons. It is no small feat, let… Read more

Peter Tasker

Apr 23, 2019

Let's Encrypt HTTPS + Linode NodeBalancer

Let’s Encrypt HTTPS + Linode NodeBalancer

Frankly, Let’s Encrypt is possibly the best thing since sliced bread, letting you get a free SSL/TLS certificate with open source tools and an API to create and auto-renew said… Read more

Ian

Feb 16, 2016

Create Your Own SSL Certificate Authority for Local HTTPS Development

In 2018 Google started advocating that sites adopt HTTPS encryption, by marking sites not using an SSL certificate as β€œnot secure” in their Chrome browser. This was widely accepted as… Read more

Brad

Nov 23, 2021

Optimizing Laravel Part 3: Improving Performance with Object Caching

This is article 3 of 4 in the series “Optimizing Laravel” In my last article we looked at what a database index is and how we can use database indexing… Read more

Gilbert Pellegrom

Jun 5, 2019

Creating a Custom Table with PHP in WordPress

Have you ever wondered what it takes to create a custom table in WordPress or why you would ever want or need to? WordPress comes with many different ways to… Read more

Evan Mattson

Sep 12, 2017

Syncing WordPress Database Changes Between Environments: How We Handle Merging in 2022

Database synchronization is a problem that still gets raised almost every month in the local WordPress communities I’m part of – β€œif I am making changes to my local site,… Read more

Iain

Jul 13, 2021

Our Struggles to Stay Healthy While Working From Home

This is article 1 of 2 in the series “Our Struggles to Stay Healthy While Working From Home” Recently in a Slack chat we discussed how we try and stay… Read more

Ian

Dec 16, 2015

HTTP/2, HTTPS, Let’s Encrypt and WordPress

TL;DR — HTTP/2 is awesome, but requires HTTPS, which is hard to setup. Let’s Encrypt and WordPress can make HTTPS setup simple and help achieve a faster web sooner. My… Read more

Brad

Dec 8, 2015

Best Ways to Encrypt Passwords, Keys, & More with PHP in 2022

A few years ago I attended Laracon EU where Marcus Bointon gave a great talk on Crypto in PHP 7.2. I left the talk having a much greater appreciation for… Read more

Ashley

Sep 29, 2021

WP Offload Media 2.5 Released: Improved WooCommerce Integration and New Tool for Already Offloaded Files

It’s been a busy few months since our last release. In that time we’ve been hiring, settling into a regular release cycle format, planning out the future roadmap for the… Read more

Iain

Nov 11, 2020

WP-CLI Packages We Can’t Live Without

I think most developers would agree that WP-CLI (the self-described β€œcommand-line interface for WordPress”) is the best thing to happen to WordPress since my-hacks.php. It is my favorite way to… Read more

Jeff

Jan 23, 2018

How Our Team Pushes Each Other to be Better Developers

Since I started working at Delicious Brains, it seems we have been hiring pretty much constantly. Prospective new hires go through a few weeks trial where they work on our… Read more

Iain

May 24, 2016

GDPR for WordPress Developers: Announcing the (Free) Anonymization Addon

Like me you are probably getting ten emails a day from companies announcing changes to their privacy policy or asking you to re-confirm your email address for marketing purposes. This… Read more

Iain

May 23, 2018

Fighting DNS Propagation with a Reverse Proxy

Migrating servers is a whole series of blog posts in itself, but here’s one aspect of your server migration that can be greatly improved using a reverse-proxy. What is a… Read more

Jeff

Apr 29, 2015

Using Devilbox for Local WordPress Development in Docker

For some time now I’ve been wanting to move all of my local development sites over to Docker instead of running them natively on my machine or running them in… Read more

Gilbert Pellegrom

Feb 13, 2018

Managing Your WordPress Site with Git and Composer Part 3 – Using Git Submodules to Manage Themes and Plugins

This is article 3 of 4 in the series “Managing Your WordPress Site with Git and Composer” In part 2 we looked at how we might use Composer to manage… Read more

Gilbert Pellegrom

Aug 20, 2015