After installing Ubuntu Server, using VMWare as explained in my previous post, We’ll have a local development environment for our projects that is fully functional but with only the basic features. We’ll want to use a series of tools in our development stack, that aren’t available from start in our installation and also, have the means to easily edit the files inside our server, preferably without the need to use FTP or other tools, after all this is our local stack.
3 reasons for using WooCommerce On Thursday, last week, I’ve attended the first of a monthly series of WordPress meetups in Porto, organized by the “Comunidade Portuguesa de WordPress” this series intends to bring more people to the community as it’s location will change inside the Porto district. It couldn’t have started in a better […]
Basic setup for web development Following up my previous post, A Modern Web Development Workflow in Windows, I’ve created this small step-by-step configuration guide for a VM with ubuntu server using VM Ware. This is mostly for myself, as future reference, but you can also use this 10 steps to install and configure your own […]
I’ve been on a mission in the last weeks, modernizing my workflow in WordPress development in order to automate as many tasks as possible and start using SASS, Grunt, Git and Capristano. First, you need to know that I’m a windows user, I like everything about Linux philosophy, but I really hate Photoshop running […]