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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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CSS-Tricks on Flywheel

I first heard of Flywheel through their product Local, which is a native app for working on WordPress sites. If you ask around for what people use for that kind of work, you'll get all sorts of answers, but an awful lot of very strong recommendations for Local. I've become one of them! We ultimately did a sponsored post for Local, but that's based on the fact that now 100% of my local WordPress development work is done using … Read article

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Using Local with Flywheel

Have you seen Local by Flywheel? It's a native app for helping set up local WordPress developer environments. I absolutely love it and use it to do all my local WordPress development work. It brings a lovingly designed GUI to highly technical tasks in a way that I think works very well. Plus it just works, which wins all the awards with me. Need to spin up a new site locally? Click a few buttons. Working on … Read article

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