I recently moved my web development workspace from MAMP to LAMP with Docker. The transition was difficult, due to issues with Ruby and RVM on my host machine. Now that it is working, all is well!
When I started tinkering with Docker, my goal was just to see if I could replicate my WordPress development environment. After I did that, I improved it a bit. Now, i’ve suitably compartmentalized each project. Each WordPress project has its own WordPress installation, MySQL server, error logs, plugin and theme directories.
The only thing missing was being able to run unit tests!
Read on! “Running WordPress PHPUnit Tests With Docker”
The Parsedown Importer plugin allows administrators to import Markdown files into posts and pages. In addition to a helpful interface, the importer provides a series of settings to control how the posts or pages are created.
Read on! “Parsedown Importer”
The Necessary Tools plugin is a WordPress plugin that builds on the default functionality of WordPress. Its purpose is to provide quality-of-life features to all users. Features include post cloning, and exporting posts individually or in bulk. Of course, custom post types are supported by both features.
Read on! “Necessary Tools”
[Edit]: As of September 9th, 2017, I am no longer working on Game On. I’ve learned quite a lot while working on the it, but the time had come to move on. I have left the plugin in the hands of it’s new maintainer(s). I am hopeful that they will gain as much from it as I did.
Game On is a gameful education WordPress plugin. It provides a suite of tools for teachers to take advantage of. Game On is the brain child of Mike Skocko, a New Media Arts Teacher and Adobe Education Leader at the Valhalla High Mac Lab. The plugin was originally developed for internal use in the Mac Lab. However, in 2012 the plugin was released for other teachers to use. In 2015, the user base reached 80+ educators. Over the 2+ years that i’ve been working on it, Game On has come a long way and still has much further to go. Regardless, Game On and the Mac Lab still have the same mission, to innovate education by breaking the box.
Read on! “Game On”