When developing WordPress plugins, SVN is still used. It’s only used for plugin deployment though, not really during development. So your typical actions are just add files, remove files, tag a directory and commit. I always found adding and removing files such a hassle, so here’s a short script that does it for you.
When you want to run some code right after the Block Editor / Gutenberg initializes, the documentation provides little to no clues on how to do this. Here are 2 ways you can run your code right after the Block Editor initializes.
The WordPress Plugin Directory is the main source where users find plugins. For most plugin authors, it’s the battle arena that can make or break a plugin. I’ll show in this article how I got almost 200 plugin ratings for my plugin Stackable.
I do development. I code most of the day, hammering strategically at my Stackable WordPress plugin. I probably stare at Visual Studio Code for at least 8 hours a day, every day. So you can understand why I want to keep my eyes safe and sound.