In this article, we will create a simple GraphQL application, a message board, by combining many recent open-source technologies. This article aims to be a showcase of technologies that work well together rather than a complete tutorial on project setup. It's however a long read, so we decided to
WordPress comes with an intuitive visual editor that covers all your basic needs for posting content. No coding is needed. However, when making custom pages or posts, you might need to add your own PHP code. How to add PHP to a WordPress page or post properly? Read on, I’ll present the easiest way to …
Every WordPress site sends emails (like notifications for comments, updates, and new users), but there’s no tracking for them. This makes it hard to know if your emails are getting… Read more
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That is article 2 of 2 in the series “How to Develop a WordPress Plugin Using Webpack 3” Have you ever wondered how to get React working with the WordPress… Read more
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Have you ever had the joy of carrying out acceptance tests? For our team at Delicious Brains, testing our releases, in the past, has been one of the most dreaded… Read more
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