Published at AhmadAwais.com In the spirit of regular core contribution to the WordPress core, I have again contributed to WordPress 4.8. It’s a different kind of proud feeling you get when you give back. But most of all, I am happy because of my incredible wife — Maedah Batool — who also got props, her first core contribution. 🎉 WPCouple is now WordPress Core Contributor! 🤔 My involvement in the WordPress community is growing by every passing day. I consider it my family. I have made so many awesome friends here. This year so far, I have contributed about 40% to 50% […]
As a matter of fact let’s accept that developers hate doing grunt work. Instead of repeating things again and again, a pro web developer believes in hardcore automation and would love to invest time in automating things. WordPress site setup and browser testing strongly support the DRY — Don’t Repeat Yourself philosophy and encourage you to automate the entire process with several automation tools and scripts.
Type in the keyword Contact Form 7 plugin, and you’ll find plenty of results showing up in your browser. Let me explain a bit; for years we’ve been using Contact Form 7, without even thinking about other solutions. But can we say that it is the be-all and end-all of contact forms for WordPress?
If you are a WordPress developer with an advanced level of WordPress development. That is you develop custom WordPress themes and plugins. You’d definitely like this package that about 400 other developers are using. It’s called WPGulp. I built it because to stop wasting time for doing boring work — grunt work — myself.