WordPress Data Store Properties: Selectors

This entry is part 6 of 15 in the series, A Practical Overview of the @wordpress/data API

The job of selectors is to provide an interface to access state from the registered data store. With wp.data this is the primary way that your store state is exposed and allows you to encapsulate logic surrounding exposing that data. For instance, let’s say you just want to store all products in the store state […]

WordPress Data Series Overview and Introduction

This entry is part 1 of 15 in the series, A Practical Overview of the @wordpress/data API

For the past couple of years, my involvement with the Gutenberg project in WordPress has frequently taken me into the innards of @wordpress/data.  I’ve had to use it for projects integrating with the new WordPress Block Editor (Gutenberg), new interfaces and user experiences utilizing the new WordPress JavaScript packages, and I’ve also been directly involved […]

Get wp-cli running with MAMP

I got really intrigued with the wp-cli tool for command line WordPress (seriously awesome, check it out)… however I haven’t switched my osx machine to use the built in php and mysql so I kept getting this error: ERROR 2002 (HY000): Can’t connect to local MySQL server through socket ‘/tmp/mysql.sock’ (2) Easy fix: sudo ln […]

announcements are fun…

I always like hearing from people about new things happening in their lives and I’m excited to share something new happening in mine.  For most of the last year as a part of my web development business I’ve been helping a company called Event Espresso with their website redesign and some bits and pieces that are running […]

Early Adopter Disease

Here’s some symptoms of early adopter’s disease… you subscribe to multiple tech blog feeds.  Even worse, you follow all their twitter feeds.  Even worse than that, you are a fan of their facebook page. Oh and  by “multiple”, I mean so many that you have 100 new posts an hour coming into your feed reader. […]

Desktop Application from Web URL’s via Google Chrome

I came across this article on Church Crunch and thought, “this is something I’m already doing!” – but then I realized after watching the video there that I’m actually doing it differently than they suggested.  So I just thought I’d throw up this short screencast on how to create a desktop application using Google Chrome. […]