Let’s take a look at what’s in the production pipeline and coming out in the next month.
The following lab(s) are in process and will be out soon.
Developers contribute. We work on teams and/or give our time to open source projects. In order to contribute, you need to be comfortable with git, GitHub, and the workflow process. In this hands-on coding, you will learn how to wire everything up, use branching, keep everything in sync and up-to-date, handle merge or commit issues, create issues, create pull requests (PR), and more. Let's git you contributing.
You and I work in git all day. Over and over again, we type out commands to get our work done. But we could reduce those workflow steps by building aliases in our global git configuration. Less steps reduces our time, keeping us focused on developing solutions. In this hands-on coding lab, let's alias our common git commands and thereby make ourselves be faster.
Our themes and plugins use hooks to run code when an event fires. We use WordPress' functions to add or remove a hooked callback, fire the event, or check the status. How do you unit test those interactions without loading WordPress? Meet Brain Monkey. Brain Monkey gives you the power to unit test hooks by simulating WordPress. In this lab, you'll walk through building unit tests for hooks.
Do you want to build Beans themes professionally? Then this is the series for you. You and Tonya will dive deep into the entire process of building a WordPress and Beans theme. You'll learn deeply about architecture, planning, WordPress theming and hierarchy, the Beans framework, CSS, LESS and Sass, UIkit, PHP, HTML, workflow, and so much more. Come build a custom Beans theme.
Ever wondering how git actually works? It's a tool that you use every day. How are the commit hashes being generated? How does it keep track of everything? In this hands-on coding lab, you will dive into git bits by taking a look inside of git's internals.
On Hold – Waiting for Gutenberg
The following lab(s) are on hold until Gutenberg is released or development is further along.