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Git for WordPress Developers

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Product is rated as #32 in category Git

There are a few simple truths that remain consistent despite the pace at which technology advances in the web development industry.

One of which is version control.

In this course I would like to take you through how to properly navigate, Git a system of version control for every aspect of your WordPress site including themes, plugins the database and uploads.

We will also dive into the command line moving away from graphical user interfaces, so to leverage the power of git and bash scripting.

In this course we will be covering how to:

Create a Free Account on Github

Install Git on a machine

Setup Version control on a WordPress site locally

Some basic bash scripting for git and WordPress

Properly link a local git repository to Github

The logistics of pushing and pulling to Github using nothing but the command line

How to properly setup javascript, css and task management dependencies for version control in WordPress

Write a portable bash script that can automatically download and install plugins as well as import and export a WordPress database

How to link a WordPress site to a Content Delivery Network for free, to simplify upload management and speed up your site dramatically

All while within the paradigm of using Github effectively in a collaborative environment

Instructor Details

Richard is a Web Developer from Cape Town. He is passionate about learning and implementing new technology in the world of API s, web and mobile application development. With a focus on WordPress and Django. Richard is also a BMUS graduate who enjoys gaming, galavanting around Cape Town and craft beer.

Specification: Git for WordPress Developers

Duration

4.5 hours

Year

2016

Level

Intermediate

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

12 reviews for Git for WordPress Developers

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  1. Carlos Morales

    Very clear explanations.

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  2. Adi Ben Porat Givati

    Gave me some ideas regarding theme development on a team using version control but did not answer some basic issues. I’d have to say this is a good course for a lone developer rather then team based developing.

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  3. Ale Prieto

    Not worth it

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  4. Tobias Jayne

    This is a High quality course. Richard Miles covers GIT for use by WordPress developers in a clear and concise manner.

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  5. Ramachandran S

    Yes, It was what exactly what I was looking for.

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  6. Team

    Not much information on setting up github or cygwin in terms of what options to choose and install. Could expand on this to ensure the user installs all requirements

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  7. Sean O’Sullivan

    Great

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  8. Alex Kostritsa

    Excellent!

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  9. Robert Ochoa

    Extremely complete!

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  10. Dylan Price

    Great tutorial! A lot of handy techniques used here.

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  11. Jean Harmsen

    The content is very relevant to me, I like the bash script section the most.

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  12. Combustion Group

    So far its ok. The instructor should clarify if hes just going over github or if we should be following along ourselfs in our github.

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