I’ve been running WordPress on traditional hosting for years. I’ve fallen in love with it, I’ve been (and still am) a WordPress evangelist, and today I took a step I never thought about taking before today.
Here are my slides from my latest presentation at the Milano Front End Meetup.
I am pretty sure most people have at least heard about the mighty WordPress APIs. These APIs make it possible to create, modify and retrieve posts from our WordPress installations, although what we really want to do the most should be to using WordPress as an awesome backend to power cool applications. Think the possibilities…
This might be old stuff for many people out there and I know that most things can be accomplished with the amazing WP API, still I think it’s good to have a simple example of using AJAX to call a WordPress function in one post. Here we go!
A few days ago I gave this presentation (in italian) about Atom Editor at the FrontEnd Milano Meetup, it’s now uploaded to YouTube!
Flexbox has been getting lots of attention lately, and rightly so, as it makes it possible to solve problems in unique and responsive ways.
You might want to take into consideration Flexbox-based layouts in case you are building a truly responsive web application and you want to take advantage of cool Flexbox properties like ordering, direction, wrapping, growing, etc.
I’ve recently started falling in love with the Atom editor. So much so, that I’m planning to hold a presentation about this little piece of software during one the upcoming local front end meetups.
A few days ago, I was browsing meetup.com looking for front-end web-development meetups in my area (Milan, Italy) and to my surprise, I found none. There were a few quite specialized ones like M&M Mean Milan, MeteorJS Milano or MongoDB Milan, but I couldn’t fine a more generic one where people could talk about front-end in general.