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#177: Local WordPress Development to Production Workflow

This is the basics of how I work locally with a WordPress site, and then getting it to production.

Flywheel is a sponsor of CSS-Tricks, and I'm glad they are because they make great products. Flywheel is at the heart of this workflow.

First, Local by Flywheel is a tremendously easy way to spin up local WordPress sites to your liking. I use it for all my local WordPress development. It's a nice UI around little Docker containers. … Read article

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Building a Full-Stack Serverless Application with Cloudflare Workers

One of my favorite developments in software development has been the advent of serverless. As a developer who has a tendency to get bogged down in the details of deployment and DevOps, it's refreshing to be given a mode of building web applications that simply abstracts scaling and infrastructure away from me. Serverless has made me better at actually shipping projects!

That being said, if you're new to serverless, it may be unclear how to translate the things that … Read article

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We Put Hundreds of Our Client Sites Behind a CDN, and It Worked Out Really Well

At the agency I work for, we recently put all ~1,100 of our sites behind a CDN. It seems to be working. Unfortunately, I have no idea why or how we did this. Therefore, in the first part of this article, I force our CTO, Joshua Lynch, to explain the process to me. This has the unintended consequence of Josh suggesting I try this on my own website, a process I'll narrate for the second half of the article.… Read article

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