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Delicious Brain Bytes: WordPress 6.6, ACF 6.3, and Jamie Marsland Fills Our Need for Speed

In this issue of Delicious Brain Bytes, we take a peak at what’s coming in WordPress 6.6, dive into the enhancements and new features in ACF 6.3, look at Jamie… Read more

Mike Davey

May 23, 2024

What You Need to Know About WordPress 6.6

The next major release of WordPress, version 6.6, is scheduled to ship on July 16, 2024. It’s not expected to be as developer-centric as WordPress 6.5, but there’s still plenty… Read more

Mike Davey

May 16, 2024

What’s New in WP-CLI

Command line interfaces offer speed, flexibility, and the ability to automate repetitive tasks. In this article, we look into the features and enhancements in WP-CLI v2.10.0, and provide an update… Read more

Mike Davey

May 2, 2024

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From Beginner to Pro: Leveraging the WordPress Playground’s Versatile API Suite

WordPress Playground is a serverless version of WordPress that runs entirely in the browser. In this article, we’ll discuss the trio of APIs that form the backbone of how you… Read more

Mike Davey

Apr 11, 2024

Two Ways to Create Custom WordPress Blocks

The WordPress block editor was made the default editor for WordPress in December 2018. Adoption may have been slow at first, but the pace of development has increased exponentially. Today,… Read more

Mike Davey

Mar 6, 2024

Getting the Best Results From WordPress Code Reviews

Code review is an integral part of the development cycle, with a direct impact on quality. Whether you’re focused on web, plugin, or theme development, thorough code review can help… Read more

Mike Davey

Jul 21, 2023

WP Offload Media 3.2 Released: New Status Indicators and Peace of Mind

WP Offload Media 3.2 raises the bar for monitoring and managing offloaded media from within WP Admin. Whether you’re trying to pinpoint exactly which media items still need to be… Read more

Kevin Hoffman

Mar 16, 2023

WP Offload Media 3.1 Released: Efficient Offloading and Performance Gains

WP Offload Media 3.1 improves performance for large sites and multisites while also setting the stage for new ways to monitor and manage offloaded media in the upcoming release of… Read more

Kevin Hoffman

Dec 7, 2022

WP Offload Media 2.6: BuddyBoss Integration, Offloading Files Outside of the Media Library, WP 5.9 Compatibility

Today we’re pleased to announce the official release of WP Offload Media 2.6, which includes a brand new BuddyBoss integration and improves how media is offloaded, including files outside of… Read more

Kevin Hoffman

Mar 9, 2022

Introducing the Elementor Integration for WP Offload Media

In the first of hopefully many plugin releases this year, the WP Offload Media team has been working hard on some big integrations and improvements. Today we’re pleased to announce… Read more

Iain Poulson

Mar 3, 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 Poulson

Nov 11, 2020

WP Offload Media 2.4 Released: Private Media with a Custom Domain and Amazon CloudFront

This is a big release, six months in the making…well, really 5 years in the making! Check out the date on this GitHub issue 😱… We’re so excited to finally… Read more

Brad

Jul 14, 2020

WP Offload Media 2.3 Released: WordPress 5.3 Support & More

Today we released WP Offload Media 2.3! 🎉 This release has some very important changes in order to support WordPress 5.3, introduces a custom table for the plugin’s data, as… Read more

Ian

Nov 12, 2019

How We Improved Composer Support For Our Premium Plugins Again

Composer is my go-to method of managing free plugins in WordPress sites. However, managing premium plugins is a little more tricky. Last year we introduced full Composer support for our… Read more

Iain Poulson

Mar 19, 2019

How to Make Your MU-Plugins Compatible with Composer (And Why)

We are big advocates of managing dependencies in our projects with the package manager Composer. It’s essential to make sure the same version of dependencies are used in development environments… Read more

Iain Poulson

Feb 26, 2019

Build a WordPress Plugin with Vue 2

It’s been a while since we’ve played with Vue JS on this blog, so why don’t we take a beginner-focused look at how one might go about building a simple… Read more

Jeff

Jul 10, 2018

Multisite Tools Addon 1.2 Released: Migrate Single Sites To and From Multisites

It’s a happy day here at the Delicious Brains virtual office, we’ve just released version 1.2 of the Multisite Tools (MST) addon for WP Migrate DB Pro! Singular Drive Since… Read more

Ian

Nov 9, 2017

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

The WordPress Developer’s Guide to ES2015 (ES6)

The WordPress developer community is currently abuzz with JavaScript talk, specifically around which JavaScript framework to use in WordPress core. Regardless of which framework is chosen, it’s clear that WordPress… Read more

Ashley

Jun 13, 2017

Finding Bottlenecks in WordPress Code

A few months back Iain wrote about how our team pushes each other to be better developers, which included insights into how we improve code quality using tools such as… Read more

Ashley

Nov 15, 2016

Hey WordPress Developers, Your Clients Should Own Their Plugin Licenses

Before we get into this I want to say that WP Migrate DB Pro doesn’t really apply here. It’s a developer tool so the developer should own the license, not… Read more

Brad

Jun 14, 2016

Using Codeception to Automate WordPress Plugin Testing

When the time comes to release a new update to one of our plugins, the Delicious Brains team gets all excited at delivering more features and improvements to our customers,… Read more

Iain Poulson

Apr 5, 2016

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WP REST API Part 2.5: Using it in WordPress 4.4

This is article 3 of 3 in the series “WP REST API” WordPress 4.4 is set to be released in the next couple of weeks, and is bringing with it… Read more

Jeff

Dec 1, 2015

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WP REST API Part 2: Customizing Default Endpoints and Adding New Ones

This is article 2 of 3 in the series “WP REST API” In the first installment of this series I created a very basic React Native app utilizing WordPress and… Read more

Jeff

Sep 2, 2015