It’s the end of another year, let’s look back at 2017 and talk about our plans for 2018.
The two most significant things from us in 2017 were:
Continue reading “VersionPress in 2017, plans for 2018”
TL;DR: VersionPress.com, a hosted WordPress platform with focus on workflows, enters beta today. It brings revolutionary staging with database merging and we’ve got a great offer for the first 100 of you who subscribe, please read on. Continue reading “VersionPress.com enters beta”
We’re happy to announce the availability of VersionPress 4.0-beta. It brings significant stability improvements over the alpha and a couple of new features.
You can download 4.0-beta from GitHub and read the full release notes there. Continue reading “VersionPress 4.0 beta”
I’m happy to announce that VersionPress is getting a sister project: VersionPress.com. It is a hosted WordPress platform (a managed WordPress host if you will) that takes the best ideas from VersionPress and packages them in an easy to use interface and adds things like backups, security and world-class infrastructure. It has full compatibility with WordPress plugins and doesn’t require Git so it’s a perfect place to host almost any WordPress site.
Pre-orders are available today, go check it out at https://versionpress.com/.
This is an exciting moment for us and also step in a new direction so let me share the full story with you. Continue reading “Announcing VersionPress.com”
? It’s been a while since the last post so here’s an update for you. The main piece of news is that VersionPress 4.0 now has a release plan:
- 4.0-beta is coming in June
- 4.0 final in September
Besides that, we’re adding a “Developer Preview” label to the whole project, please read on. Continue reading “VersionPress 4.0 update”
Dear VersionPress fans, 2016 is almost up and there hasn’t been an update in a while so you deserve one. As usual at this time of the year, let’s look both behind and ahead. Continue reading “Status Update at the End of 2016”
Yesterday, Matt Mullenweg delivered his annual State of the Word speech at WordCamp US in Philadelphia. At about 54 minutes in, he started a section that I found quite fascinating and means that WordPress 4.7 (to be released on Tuesday) might be the last release as we know it. If this sounds too strong, let me explain why I believe we’ve just witnessed a true milestone in WordPress’ history. Continue reading “State of the Word 2016: The Significant One”
Currently, the commands for cloning and merging only work locally, meaning that you cannot, out of the box, create a staging environment on a different server. That is often desirable so I’m going to show how you can achieve that with a little bit of scripting.
By the way, if you want staging for your WordPress site to be really easy, try VersionPress.com. It is a hosted version which also offers other benefits like speed and backups.
Continue reading “Remote Workflows”
We’re happy to announce that after months of development, VersionPress 4.0-alpha1 is ready and available on GitHub. It brings plugin support which means that even complex sites like WooCommerce shops, large magazines etc. will be able to enjoy version control benefits soon. There are also some other nice features like an awesome Slack-like search, branching & merging visualization, support for Composer workflows and more.
VersionPress 4.0 will undergo a full alpha / beta period to gather feedback on the plugin support and this really is the first alpha. Not all planned features are in it but it’s a good start. Continue reading “VersionPress 4.0 Alpha”
VersionPress 4.0 introduces one significant feature: support for plugins and themes. It’s a complex task and a pull request so large that GitHub barely handles it ? but we’re close to merging it.
Before we do so and release the first alpha for 4.0, we’re looking for feedback on
docs/Plugin-Support.md document. It’s not a short read but hopefully an interesting one. Continue reading “VersionPress 4.0: Feedback on Plugin Support Wanted”