• What’s New in WordPress 5.2

    WordPress 5.2 is scheduled for release at the end of April. We’ll take a look at what’s new. A multitude of improvements to Gutenberg including a block manager, and the start of migrating Widgets to Blocks. 5.2 introduces a whole new Site Health Checker that will warn you about critical configuration changes you should make […]

  • JSON Schema and the WP REST API

    JSON Schema is a draft IETF specification that provides a vocabulary that allows you to annotate and validate JSON documents – json-schema.org. The WordPress REST API utilizes this system for describing the request and response formats for each endpoint. The schema for any endpoint can be seen by making an OPTIONS request to the endpoint.

  • IronBound-DB v2

    Last year I wrote about developing  custom tables in WordPress using my library IronBound-DB. Custom Tables in WordPress Today I’m releasing the beta of version 2.0 of that library which brings a lot of changes to make the library a lot easier to work with. It’s modeled after Laravel’s Eloquent – an Active Record pattern.