All developers, whether they like to admit it or not, will at times waste a huge amount of time trying to figure something out that has seemingly no explanation – and it turns out to just be a caching issue. This terribly common with front end web development. Today I was installing Node.JS on a […]

I won’t get into all of the details of why I needed this functionality, but I was working on developing an online payment process using Gravity Forms and Authorize.net and the accounting office requested a very, very specific reporting format. After developing a convoluted system using Google App Scripts to combine, archive, package, and delivery […]

After a couple of years of hearing how HHVM was dominating other installations in speed tests, I was please when earlier this year, PHP7 was finally release. Zend claimed similar (or even greater) speed gains. But the proof is in the pudding, yes? So I set off to install and test PHP 7 on my […]

So taking a cue from Matt Mullenweg’s State of the Word address, I’ve decided to make it my New Year’s resolution to learn more about Javascript frameworks – specifically those methods and frameworks that help us connect to the new WordPress JSON API. As manager of a large multisite installation that shares A LOT of […]

The problem I was working to create a system that allowed users to submit a Gravity Form entry with multiple file attachments that would create a post on the front end, printing those attachments. GF and the wonderful Gravity Forms + Custom Post Types plugin makes it easy to map a form field to a […]