Archive for the ‘Version Control’ Category

Deploying From Bitbucket to WordPress

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Of all the projects I've worked in the last few years, there's one that stands out as my favorite: I wrote a WordPress plugin called Great Eagle (Tolkien reference) that allows my team to install and update themes and plugins from our private Bitbucket...

Develop Locally, Use Images from Production

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Working on your website locally means having the files that make your website tick right there on your computer. It's common those files live in a version control repository. You work on them, and push them up to the repo when you are ready. Other peop...

​Sponsored: Bitbucket – Unlimited Private Repos for Free

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Over 450,000 teams and 3 million developers love Bitbucket. Software teams at companies like NASA and Trulia build with Bitbucket. It’s how professional software teams do Git. Most importantly, Bitbucket offers free unlimited private repos. Sign up t...

Writing PHP Git Hooks with Static Review

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If you’ve been using Git for more than a short length of time, you’ll hopefully have heard of Git hooks. If not, Git hooks, as Andrew Udvare introduced here on SitePoint back in August of last year, are scripts which run, based on certain events in...

Essential Tools & Libraries for Modern JavaScript Developers

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Learning JavaScript is a great journey, but knowing the language and its syntax is only the beginning. Once the novice becomes a journeyman, they are confronted with a seemingly endless number of tools and libraries which are used to create, manage and...