Since Next.js v9.4 you have the ability to use absolute imports or aliases for your import statements. I love this feature with all...
So, you have never used Gulp before? I am here to help you get started. Yes! You can use WPGulp and ask as many questions — in the comments below — as you want. And I will make sure you get a kick-start in professional WordPress Development.Ahmad Awais
My take on the all new WordPress.com's Calypso and how I think I predicted it. There are a few more predictions in there about The Next WordPress™ and why I feel it's the best way forward.Ahmad Awais
If you are an absolute beginner when it comes to Gulp, you might want to read Introducing WPGulp: An Easy to Use WordPress Gulp Boilerplate. Moreover, this post is just an article, which hasn’t been updated in a long time. I maintain this workflow under WPGulp repository. I suggest you all to read this post to get an idea and use WPGulp [...]Ahmad Awais
Hey folks! It’s been a while since I wrote a piece here. I’ve been very busy with a premium WordPress Framework which I am building from the ground up for about last ten months (which will probably never see the light of the day). While building it, I had to build an impressive hero block or unit whatever you call it nowadays. [...]Ahmad Awais