Introducing: Click Sync

Chrome’s syncing is pretty magical: you can see your browsing history from your phone, tablet, and computers, all in one place. When you install Chrome on a new computer, it automatically downloads your extensions. You can see your bookmarks everywhere, it even lets you open a tab from another device. There’s one thing that’s always… Continue reading Introducing: Click Sync

Introducing: Linkify for Chrome

In¬†WordPress 4.2, a fun little feature¬†was quietly snuck into Core, I’m always delighted to see people’s reactions when they discover it. Thank you kind WordPress Devs for introducing the paste-a-link-on-highlighted-text feature. It's already saved me half an hour this week! — meagan hanes (@mhanes) May 10, 2016 I love being able to highlight text in… Continue reading Introducing: Linkify for Chrome

PonyEdit: A New Beginning

PonyEdit has always been a labour of love for Mark and I. We wanted to build the code editor that we wanted to use for our jobs – fast, clean and as at home in the cloud as it is on the desktop. We absolutely feel we’ve succeeded here – PonyEdit the primary editor for… Continue reading PonyEdit: A New Beginning

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Automatic Updates

There are few people more excited than I about the recent WordPress 3.7 release – it’s amazing to see Automatic Updates land in WordPress Core, thanks to the hard work of Dion, Nacin, and the excellent testing and input of thousands of developers, we’ve shipped a great feature. With 3.7.1 being automatically rolled out as… Continue reading Automatic Updates

Commercial Plugin Updates Done Right

Since I created the Automatic Updater plugin, one of the most frequent support requests I get is for commercial plugins and themes. Over the years, the various commercial development studios have created their own update systems, but none of them seem to play nicely with the WordPress core way of doing things. The good news… Continue reading Commercial Plugin Updates Done Right