The Case for WordPress for Experienced Developers

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You’re experienced enough to build sites yourself with heavy duty frameworks like Django, Laravel, or Rails. You know how to custom code anything a site needs from scratch. If you’re an experienced developer, is it worth learning to use WordPress? Absolutely! For experienced developers, WordPress’s workflow is not a limitation but an opportunity to apply your skills to an in demand specialization. Continue reading –>

Creating Your First WordPress Plugin

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There are many reasons why you may, at some point, want to build your own WordPress plugin.

The WordPress core functionality gives you all the necessary features of a content management system (CMS). These include a front end process to generate pages and a back end to manage the content you create. There are also functions to protect the site by locking the back end, so only registered users may access the administrative features. Likewise, user management lets you manage clearance and privileges for necessary people.

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What Is Jetpack and Why Do You Need It?

What Is Jetpack and Why Do You Need It?

In the world of WordPress, you will soon notice patterns emerging. The majority of WordPress users, developers, and sites will begin to conform to certain standards. Within that circle, there are a series of elite plugins that virtually every website—no matter how big or small—introduces into the ecosystem. The Jetpack plugin, from Automattic, is fast becoming one of those plugins.

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