For WordCamp Europe Online Contributor Day, I’ve prepared a post to onboard new contributors. I’ve used notion.so for this. It’s great software, but a friend of mine rightfully commented about it being a missed opportunity to use Gutenberg. What if you could open your browser, type a URL, and immediately start typing in Gutenberg. and […]
You might not know yet but WordPress is working on a project called Full Site Editing with the goal of allowing users to edit any part of their site in a single and coherent way using the block editor. The project is based on a new kind of themes called “block-based themes”. If you want […]
TLDR This post presents different performance improvement and monitoring techniques that can be used in any React/Redux application. Akin to the React Concurrent mode, it also introduces an async mode for Redux applications where the UI can’t be windowized. WordPress 5.0 included a new block-based content editor. The editor is built as typical react/redux web […]
The WordPress block editor is based around the idea that you can combine independent blocks together to write your post or build your page. Blocks can also use and interact with each other. This makes it very modular and flexible. But the Block Editor does not embrace modularity for its behavior and output only, it […]
Manipulating Client Data in highly interactive screens in WordPress (essentially the editor page in WordPress pre 5.0.0) is not the easiest task to do for plugin authors. As much as WordPress provides a large number of functions to access and manipulate data server side, it fails at providing a consistent way to access and manipulate […]
J’ai eu l’honneur de donner un nouveau talk sur Gutenberg au WP Tech Lyon. De nombreux talks ont été donnés sur Gutenberg, le pourquoi du comment, ce que ça change pour les utilisateurs mais peu de talks ont abordé les dessous de Gutenberg, son architecture et ce que ça apporte au développeur de thèmes de […]
Aujourd'hui s'est déroulée la dixième édition du WordCamp Paris et j'ai eu l'honneur d'y participer en tant que speaker pour parler de Gutenberg. Conférence Vous trouvez ci-dessous les slides de ma conférence intitulée "Gutenberg, le futur de la création de contenu dans WordPress" Atelier J'ai aussi eu la chance d'animer un atelier sur l'extensibilité de […]
What are the next battles we should take to improve WordPress technology and workflow? What should we do next? I've been part of the WordPress community for more than a year now, which is really short in WordPress time, but I truly love this community and I hope to contribute for several more years. This […]
Developers and web agencies make extensive use of Custom Fields to add structured data to their Custom Post Types (and regular post types as well). By leveraging the Meta Box API, plugins like ACF, CMB or Pods Framework address this concern. They all work similarly: you define fieldsets, a list of fields with different types […]
If there’s one and only one feature that made WordPress gain 30% of the web’s market share, this feature would be Extensibility. What is WordPress without Yoast? What is WordPress without ACF? Without JetPack? WooCommerce? Without Akismet? Without Contact Form 7? What is WordPress without Hello Dolly? It’s nothing but another niche CMS with way […]
If you're already familiar with WordPress, you're probably used to its content editor based on TinyMCE. Creating content in WordPress did not really change for many years now. But with new competitors gaining more and more attraction like Medium, Ghost, Wix, Squarespace, WordPress decided to build a new Editor called Gutenberg (After Johannes Gutenberg, the […]
Do you know WordPress, this tool that powers 27% of the web? This big old CMS everyone loves to hate because It’s oldish, it’s PHP and it’s not an SPA? but in the same time, everyone uses because it’s so great at achieving the goal it’s designed for: creating content? Well! It’s time to stop criticizing […]
In a previous post, I told you that we’re all noobs and that we have to continue learning no matter what. Well, I lied! It’s true that you have to keep learning, but you’re not a noob, no one is and here is why. You’re not a noob, you learned how to draw a square […]
When we hear about GraphQL, it’s often mentioned as the new way to retrieve data from the server. The silver bullet that will replace REST APIs. This is true, GraphQL can do an amazing job to run the new generation of server APIs but this is not the whole picture. From the homepage of the official […]
Now, that I'm back in Algeria. Let's try to build a solid developers community together. A first small step is trying to gather all these hidden developers. For that purpose, I put together an Awesome Algeria repository on GitHub.
TL;DR J’ai rejoint Automattic il y’a quelques semaines, et à travers ce post, je vous fais découvrir une journée de travail classique (ou presque) pour un développeur Lambda chez A8C, en sachant que c’est une société assez atypique puisque tous les employés y travaillent à distance. En espérant vous convaincre de nous rejoindre !!
I have to admit, It took me some time to figure out in which use cases ES6 generators could be really useful (I’m not the only one I think, am I ?). When we talk about ES6 (or ES2015 as you like), generators are not the first feature we think about, we often see them as […]
There’s this expression I say each time I stumble on something (some technology) that’s going to change my habits in development …. Oh, ça déchire sa mère 😛 a not so conventional french alternative to wow that’s great !!!. And you know what, It just happened again. I discovered redux-saga, And I’m like: “Wow this is great, that’s […]
Unidirectional data flow (or sometimes referred to as reactive programming or functional programming) is often seen as this new trend in frontend applications development brought by React and Flux (or by ReactiveX from Netflix). So many developers think using one of these libraries or frameworks is necessary to start with this pattern. This, of course, […]
In the last three years, frontend development has evolved very quickly. With all this stuff out there (react, angular.js, aurelia, redux, flux, Angular2, Rx.js, falcor…), it became really hard for developers and companies to make choices about the stack to use for their applications.
Hymne à l’autocritique et à l’amélioration continue Cet article est une ancienne partipation au DZBlogDay 2013. Le DZBlogDay, événement annuel pendant lequel les blogueurs algériens abordent le même sujet le même jour, le thème de cette édition était le “web algérien”. Comme vous le savez, on ne peut parler de web sans parler de développeur […]