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Choosing Your E-Commerce Platform: WooCommerce vs. Shopify
Do you want an out-of-the-box solution, or the flexibility of à la carte? WooCommerce and Shopify are two of the most popular platforms in the e-commerce industry. Shopify probably has higher brand recognition thanks to a few key celebrity endorsements, while WooCommerce holds higher cred with developers. For businesses entering the online marketplace, choosing between… read more
We’re exploring a new Student Engagement App for Collegiate!
We been working on and with Collegiate for a couple years now, and recently we’ve been getting asked about what we can do to improve both the collection and management of student data. It’s a two-fold problem. First, you have to collect the data in the moment, or any chance at comprehensive or accurate data is… read more
Introduction to WordPress Hooks – WordCamp Chicago 2016 Slidedeck
Special thanks to everyone who made it out to hear me talk about WordPress Actions & Filters, I hope everyone got something out of it and is excited to start coding, or at least exploring! If you didn’t make it out, or want a refresher, here are the slides in all their glory!
Cartographer – WordPress maps you’ll love
We made a map plugin, and it’s going to be awesome. We use plugins of every shape and size every day, and more and more we find ourselves saying “You know, I think we could do this better…”. Thus Cartographer was born! For the initial release functionality is limited, focusing on catching up to existing… read more
Meet Agreeable, our first WordPress Plugin. During development for the National Wildlife Federation‘s Wildlife Nation project we found a need to have users agree to the community’s terms & conditions prior to registering. You might think, as I did: “Oh this should be easy, everyone uses that!” The truth? Not so much. So we set… read more