Forgot to mention this yesterday: version 4.1 of the Most Popular Tags plugin has been released. This version adds support for
vw CSS font size units.
Hound is an extremely fast source code search engine. The core is based on this article (and code) from Russ Cox: Regular Expression Matching with a Trigram Index. Hound itself is a static React frontend that talks to a Go backend. The backend keeps an up-to-date index for each repository and answers searches through a minimal API.
From the engineers at Etsy. To say this kind of tool is useful is a bit of an understatement.
A good article that covers everything from scalability to static & dynamic content.
As you can see, both Apache and Nginx are powerful, flexible, and capable. Deciding which server is best for you is largely a function of evaluating your specific requirements and testing with the patterns that you expect to see.
In other words, don’t choose Nginx just because it’s cool these days. Choose one over another based on what you need it to do.
In Cognitive Cooking with Chef Watson, IBM’s unprecedented technology and ICE’s culinary experts present more than 65 original recipes exploding with irresistible new flavors. Together, they have carefully crafted, evaluated and perfected each of these dishes for “pleasantness” (superb taste), “surprise” (innovativeness) and a “synergy” of mouthwatering ingredients that will delight any food lover.
Haven’t read this, but I definitely will.
A good piece on Vi and Emacs.
Just a quick note: both Shortcode and Most Popular Tags have been tested and verified to work with WordPress versions up to 4.2.1. I’ve updated the readmes of both plugins to reflect this.
Apologies for the delay.
Starting to get a bit sick and tired of the FUD people are spreading about WordPress. Today’s highlight (paraphrased): “WordPress is super insecure and doesn’t even offer automatic updates”. Except a) it’s more secure than other CMSes—especially less popular ones—and b) WP has had auto-updating built in since 3.7.