WCK Custom Fields API (www.cozmoslabs.com) You can forget about error handling, no extra verifications being necessary when using the API functions.
This article is just a quick glimpse of what can be achieved using the new WCK Custom Fields API.
Should You Test That? (yoast.com) This review will give you practical guidance in the changes you should make to improve the conversion of your website. Furthermore, the review will give you tips to set up your own A/B-tests to fine-tune and optimize the conversion even further.
BuddyPress 1.9 Beta 1 Released and Ready For Testing (www.wptavern.com) BuddyPress 1.9 Beta 1 was released over the weekend. You know what that means: some very exciting improvements to BuddyPress are right around the corner after a short period of testing. BuddyPress users are encouraged to fire up their development environments to start testing the beta.
Redirect Users to Custom Pages by Role (wp.tutsplus.com) WordPress is being used more and more as a web application framework. With that use case comes a bunch of extra circumstances that WordPress doesn’t cover. Do you really want your application users to see the WordPress admin?
Using A Real WordPress Cron Job For Increased Reliability (stevengliebe.com) Sometimes it’s useful to setup a real cron job to ensure that scheduled WordPress core and plugin maintenance gets done. There are things that happen automatically behind the scenes that keep your site running as expected (publishing scheduled posts, for example). In some cases these tasks may not be running reliably. Here’s how to solve that.