Link Category: Tools
Oh Shit Git
There are lots of people who can help you understand Git. Some of them are quite exhaustive, like Dan Gitcodeschooldude (who I covered here). His free video tutorials are great. But they’re also unequivocally not a cheat sheet. They’re essentially in-depth tutorials that will give you incredibly deeper understanding but require sustained focus.
WordPress Theme and Plugin Shops are Pioneering the First Layout Blocks for Gutenberg
Great reporting and case studies from the Tavern.
Autocomplete for Relevanssi
I first wrote up Relevanssi back in 2015, when it saved my bacon on a client project. Last week it did the same thing again, and I remembered why I’d found it so cool in the first place.
Am I Happy At Work?
Obsessively tracking detail
Google’s strongest security for those who need it most
Secure your work, then copy the methods.
Standup tool that works like Snapchat stories for remote teams
Do your standup whenever suits you, on video.
Generate Customizable PDFs from Your Posts with WordPress PDF Templates
I have a client who needs to be able to create PDFs of his WordPress posts, including for custom post types that he specifies. I tried a few solutions, and WordPress PDF Templates is definitely the best I’ve found.
Open source illustrations for your projects
Discord: Heavily Branded But Cool Slack Alternative
There’s a good chance you know about Discord already. Especially if you’re one of the many n00bs I had to pwn in my long climb to Gold elo in League of Legends. (Hints: one-trick Xin Zhao, learn to farm the jungle efficiently, countergank top level 3.)
WordPress Time Machine
This Sunday is when we’re “officially” celebrating that WordPress is 15. (I’m going to a party in Denver, with Matt Mullenweg in attendance.) That’s because it was 15 years ago to the day that the first code was pushed to the fork of b2/cafelog that WordPress is today.