First up some recaps: Dave recaps some Yarn hot drama, and Chris recaps CSS DevConf 2016. Then we get into your questions about authentication keys, building a blog for a comic, using CSS Grid, and slow WordPress database issues!
Q & A
- 2:50 Hot Drama returns: Yarn vs NPM
- 22:10 In 2016 is it ok to use CSS Grid on a production site?
- 35:56 I would like to ask you guys is how to get started with a good WordPress setup with build processes, cloud services and testing?
- 43:25 What advice do you have for staying on top of industry buzz when your schedule is so tight as it is?
- 57:40 Do you have any advice for improving slow WordPress databases? The front-end of the site is fairly well tuned and loads speedy due to caching plugins, CDN, etc. But was wondering if there’s anything left on the table as far as database optimization that can be done to speed up the WP-Admin interface.
- Yehuda Katz
- CSS DevConf
- Mike Riethmuller’s Advanced Fluid Typography
- Jen Simmons
- Rachel Andrew
- CSS-Tricks.com: CSS Grid
- New Relic
- CSS-Tricks: Finding and Fixing Slow WordPress Database Queries
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