I’ve had many WordPress related links collecting dust in my queue. It’s time to round them up and share them with you:
WordExpress – an implementation of WordPress using Node, Express, and React.
WordPress at Scale – resources for deploying WordPress in high-traffic scenarios.
What “Namespaces” Mean for WordPress Developers – WPShout explains the two kinds of “namespacing” you’ll come across when developing WordPress plugins and themes.
BBQ Pro by Plugin Planet – a plugin providing “Advanced firewall protection against malicious requests”. It’s a firewall for your WordPress-powered site.
runs silently in the background, checking all incoming traffic and blocking any URI requests that contain nasty stuff like
base64_, and other malicious nonsense.
WP MVC – “an MVC Framework for WordPress.” Use this plugin to build other plugins which utilize a “Model/View/Controller” approach. As a bonus, here’s a SitePoint article on Getting Started with WordPress MVC.
How to do Background Processing in WordPress Plugins and Themes – Ashley Rich at Delicious Brains shows how to use his WP Background Processing library to create a background task queue for WordPress.