WordPress development environment with Docker Part I: installing Docker

Welcome to this (soon to be) series about WordPress development environment using Docker. We will cover the basis of how to set up Docker, how to configure it to run a WordPress instance in a container, and how to add our theme, modify it, and see instantly the result. Part I is aimed at people who heard about Docker and containers, but never got deeper. If you already know what is it all about, and have a functioning environment, skip directly to Part II.

Introducing first draft of the Styleguide

A new section is up in the Menu: The Styleduide!

A Styleguide to rule them all

When you work in a team, it’s always great to have a common place to share the visual aspect and design of a project. The difficulty here is getting a common resource for all the visual elements of the website, and provide guidance on how to implement them, so that everything looks consistent on every page, without sacrificing people creativity. It should help implementing modularity, so that updating a component does not cause a shitstorm in your application.