The technology stack that was inherited from the prior tech team at Research Blocks came with some outdated methodologies. One of those areas was in the deployment of React applicationa on EC2 instances. For Single Page Applications (SPAs), like React, there are better options for rapidly deploying a scalable production app. The Amplify environment also makes it very easy to stand up multiple instances of the application container. These canrepresent different builds such as a development, staging, or test environments. … Continue reading “React Build Settings on Amplify”
It took a LOT longer than it should have to build an efficient query for WordPress users today. The query — an WP_User_Query INVERSE search. The list I was trying to generate was based on two things: – All users with a meta_key field ‘account_status’ containing the status ‘active’– EXCLUDE all users with a nicename ending with “at_slp_dot_guru” Turns out this is a LOT more difficult than it should be due to shortcomings in the WP_User_Query class. The solution that … Continue reading “WP_User_Query Inverse (NOT) Search”
A quick intro to Vue. If you are a jQuery fan I highly recommend looking into adding Vue to your developer toolbox. www.telerik.com/blogs/vue-for-jquery-developers
I am completely baffled by this one and hope one of my techie friends can help. I’m using a PHP class with magic methods to set and get the properties of that class. The idea is to use private properties in the class so that the PHP magic methods can take over and determine whether to update a WordPress user meta entry, blog entry, or standard option based on which proper of the class is being retrieved or stored.
A good global list, but you still need to know your goal so you can choose the best tool for the job. If you are only looking for a job then you must consider where you want to work; both geographically and type of company. The list changed drastically based on different vectors. fossbytes.com/most-popular-programming-languages/
One of the common processes that runs in Store Locator Plus is deleting locations. For sites with a few dozen locations the process runs smoothly. For sites with thousands of locations but deleting one or two at a time, not a big deal. But for sites that are deleting tens-of-thousands of locations at a time the process becomes painfully slow. A mere 2,500 locations can take up to a full minute to be removed on a fairly … Continue reading “Improving wp_delete_post in WordPress Core”