Category: Coding

WordPress Plugins: How to Develop in Git and Publish to Subversion

About a month ago, I got my Sift Science plugin added to the WordPress.org online store. To publish your plugin to the store, you’re required to use the SVN repository that they provide. Once you get that done correctly, users of WordPress

Only Use Mocks When Necessary

A few weeks ago I learned an important lesson that I’d like to share: When building unit tests, never use a mock/stub unless it’s absolutely necessary. Let me explain with a little example. Let’s say you’re working on a large project and you

Using ReactJS in WordPress Plugins

When I first started developing the Sift Science for WooCommerce plugin last year, I needed interactive controls on the Orders page that displayed fraud scores and allowed the admin to flag fraudulent users. I didn’t want to reload the page every time the user took

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Sift Science for WooCommerce is now in Beta!

I am pleased to announce that the Sift Science plugin for WooCommerce is finally ready for beta testing! Lukas and I started this plugin over a year ago and have been working on it off and on as time permitted. But I’m happy to say

Running .NET in Linux: Easier than I thought it would be

I like C#. Especially with the asynchronous syntax and the .NET Web API framework, writing REST APIs is great. I also really like running Linux servers:

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