Category Archives: WordPress
Here’s the slides for my WordCamp OC 2012 presentation. My previous post has several links and examples.
I’m speaking at WordCamp Orange County 2012 today about WordPress’ core HTTP APIs and WordPress.com’s REST API. This post has a bunch of links and examples for the attendees to reference later. Click the “Pages” links below to find everything. … Continue reading
PHP 5 introduces autoloading classes. The way WordPress is currently structured, I don’t think we’d get much benefit from switching to autoloading. There aren’t that many classes in core WordPress that don’t need to get loaded on every page load. … Continue reading
Have you ever saved a post on your blog only to realize later that you accidentally erased a critical paragraph? Ever worked on a blog with multiple authors and needed to keep a log of who changed what and when? … Continue reading
Managing thousands of posts and dozens of drafts will be much easier in the upcoming WordPress 2.3 thanks to some revamped backend code and admin interfaces. First, the interface changes. In Manage -> Posts you can currently look for posts … Continue reading
In debugging some stuff here on WordPress.com, I dived (once more) into the image handling guts of WordPress. A while ago, I revamped WordPress’ inline uploading functionality to be more pluggable, cacheable, maintainable and (hopefully) intuitive. A hundred bugs later, … Continue reading