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An Inside Look at WordPress 3.9 Beta 1 (bobwp.com) Well, as you may or may not know, 3.9 will be coming out in April. And yesterday was the release of the first Beta version. Now we all know there is always much more going on with a release than with what we share, but these are some of the changes you will certainly see.
Where to Learn WordPress Development (www.poststat.us) There are many helpful communities around WordPress, and the point is to get involved somewhere you can meet other people with similar goals to your own. Here are some places you may want to check out to start learning WordPress development.
Visualize WordPress Project Stats With Ohloh (wptavern.com) Ohloh is an excellent resource for tracking open source projects and their contributions. The site allows you to search 10 billion lines of code and provides some fascinating data sets for OS projects, including WordPress and many of its popular plugins.
How do you deploy a WordPress database? How do you update your local dev environment database? Still struggling with phpMyAdmin or backup/restore plugins? There is a better way. WP Migrate DB Pro is the missing piece for your development workflow.
7 Social Media Plugins . . . for WordPress Businesses (torquemag.io) Integrating social media with your WordPress site has become a simple and efficient task–but, not without the right tools. Some of these tools are in the form of plugins that can easily be installed and implemented. With the use of plugins, social media forms can be centralized–enabling you to efficiently develop your online marketing strategy.
Add Taxonomy Images in WordPress, the Awesome Way (wpxtre.me) Today, we want to speak about a new great plugin is available on WPX Store: it’s called Awesome Taxonomies and it’s a great tool that integrates an extended version of the WordPress Category Widget, with the possibility of adding images to WordPress taxonomies.