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WordPress 3.3 Release Candidate 1 is out for one last final check before the release, oh and Ryan mentioned that it’s “Now with more icons”, so go take a look! :) There’s also a WordPress 3.3 Status Update by Jane on the development blog. Permalink Permalink


WordPress 3.3 Beta 4 Available Now! Of course we all were expecting things a little earlier and it seems like beta 4 is the final one. The RC and release dates have been set as TBA, more info on the WordPress Development Blog and the Version 3.3 Project Schedule. Permalink Permalink


WordPress 3.3 Beta 3 is now available! The release candidate has been moved to mid-November and the launch date has been set to 29th of November. Test your themes and plugins against the third beta and report a bug if you found it. Also note that WordPress 3.3 is shipping with jQuery 1.7. You can … Permalink


WordPress Internals: The Rewrite API

WordPress Internals: The Rewrite API

In today’s edition of WordPress Internals we are going to dig into the WordPress Rewrite API. Exploring its inner workings and mechanisms should allow us to understand WordPress better, why it does what it does and how it does it. Have you ever wondered how the heck does WordPress take /2011/10/15/wordpress-rewrites-ftw and renders that exact … Permalink


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Advanced WordPress Development

In this video Andrew Nacin and Otto Wood (who both work on the WordPress core) gave a great talk at WordCamp Montreal a few of weeks ago. The presentation was called “Advanced Topics in WordPress Development” where andrew and Otto covered some real cool advanced APIs. They talk and share code snippets on correct usage … Permalink


WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up

WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up Part 3

If you haven’t been following this series, make sure you at least skim through WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up and WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up Part 2, where we went from the very moment an HTTP request hits the index.php front-facing WordPress file and up to the quite cumbersome but lighting fast bootstrap … Permalink


WordPress 3.3 Beta

WordPress 3.3 Beta Expected October 7th

We posted the WordPress 3.3 scope back in July and today we’re here to give you a short update of where 3.3 now stands. It seems like the final release has been moved from November 15th to the 29th, but the good news is that we can expect the first beta tomorrow! Permalink Permalink


WordPress Internals Part 2

WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up Part 2

In my previous post on How WordPress Boots Up we went over half of the bootup process up to the point where WordPress wp-settings.php returns as a SHORTINIT’ed version, with the barebones of WordPress available, which, though an obscure feature, turns out to be quite useful for environments where only the very core WordPress features … Permalink


Admin Pointers in WordPress 3.3

Introducing Pointers in WordPress 3.3

WordPress 3.3 is planned for November this year and we published the scope a while ago here on Theme.fm. As mentioned in that post, 3.3 will get a series of UI improvements, one of which is Pointers (or Admin Pointers). We learned about pointers in WordPress a few hours ago from one of Daryl Koopersmith’s … Permalink


WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up

WordPress Internals: How WordPress Boots Up

Managing a WordPress blog, designing and deploying WordPress themes, and even writing WordPress plugins does not require an in-depth knowledge of how WordPress processes requests to its pages, forms responses based on those requests and spews out a nice and clean HTML code to make the users happy. However, understanding the inner-workings of what makes … Permalink


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