We help you avoid becoming a designosaur by answering your questions about learning React, creating a universal header, jQuery vulnerability, implementing pattern libraries, and taking WordPress development seriously.
The ideal way to experience WordPress. Jetpack is a WordPress plugin that provides incredibly useful features like backups, security scanning, image performance, social media integration, Markdown support, and more.
Stop guessing why bugs happen. LogRocket lets you replay what users do on your site, helping you reproduce bugs and fix issues faster.
What else can you do with LogRocket?
- Session replay - see a pixel-perfect replay of what the user saw.
- Redux - inspect actions and state at any point in time
- Network activity - view every network request and response
Interested in sponsoring?
- 1:10 Topic introduction
- 3:00 Your site's already coughing up JSON data and WordPress' Search utility
- 11:10 Am I becoming a dinosaur or should I just bite the bullet and learn the "React" way?
- 22:30 I have been tasked with creating a Universal Header. Any ideas of good UX patterns I could use, other than my knee-jerk of a skeleton loader?
- 28:49 Apparently jQuery 1.12.4 has a vulnerability making it susceptible to XSS attacks - do you think WordPress should address this problem by shipping with a more secure version?
- 34:10 Sponsored by Jetpack
- 37:50 Any advice on how to help agencies move toward something a little more advanced or sustainable, such as pattern libraries?
- 45:20 Sponsored by LogRocket
- 47:00 Should I take Wordpress development seriously in 2018, maybe just as a CMS for customers, or overall?
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