To test a theme compatibility issue with Dokan, I installed a pirated version of a theme from ThemeForest and here's what happened. It's scary!
I needed to test a compatibility of Dokan with a premium theme from ThemeForest. So I quickly googled and landed into a pirated/nulled site. I was surprised to fo find out it wasn’t asking for money or didn’t land into paid affiliate links. Although it was suspicious, I downloaded the theme and installed it in my local machine (don’t judge me
Create and upload your WordPress database backup to Amazon S3, to a remote machine via SCP or to your local machine in some directory, all done from command line tool.
As a developer who is very sensitive about performance, I never (mostly) used any backup plugin those depends mostly upon WordPress cron and tries to backup and upload to the same server or a remote server without offloading from the main PHP process. To me, it feels like I’m slowing down the server by relying on backing up a site on PHP FPM. It could be done more efficiently from command line using tools like mysqldump, gzipping it and copying to any location you would like. Because it’s supposed to work like that, I never liked any backup plugin (I can’t speak for every backup solutions out there, but most plugin does). Although VaultPress bridges the gap between both of two worlds by backing up normally and using SSH, but it’s costly. Well, not that much, but still you require to opt-in to their monthly payment plan.
Till now I’ve been using bash scripts to backup my sites, but those also require you to manually edit and put the server locations where to store the backup and they aren’t all purpose scripts. So I built a new one – wp-db-backup. It’s just like another command line utility that lets you do whatever you want without touching
WordPress Readme generator is a readme builder that helps you to visualize what you'll be seeing while writing the readme.
I write a lot of plugins, published or unpublished, a lot! Every time I have to go through the same readme writing experience
This article shows how to use Eloquent ORM in WordPress via wp-eloquent library
Here in Dhaka, a big technology fair is going on from 4th – 7th June, 2014 at Bangabandhu International Conference Center. Today (6th June, 2014), phpXperts arranged a DevCon with 11 interesting topic and thousands of viewers participated over there. It was such a blast! Among them I also gave a talk on Composer and here’s my presentation.