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”
The hardest thing about VersionPress is database merging; everything else is relatively simple. Very few dare to take on this problem so I was excited when Delicious Brains announced their newest project, Mergebot, yesterday. I’d like to share some early thoughts on it.
Continue reading “Mergebot: Early Thoughts”
UPDATE: just to be clear, the insider program is not about VersionPress itself, it’s about cloud services for WordPress freelancers and agencies we’re working on. If you’re interested in VersionPress itself, chat with us on Gitter or discuss things via GitHub issues.
As mentioned in the last post we’re working on a couple of things around VersionPress and would like to know your feedback through the “insider program”. It won’t take up a lot of your time – probably a couple of minutes a month via occasional surveys, one-on-one chats etc. – but would be very useful to us and we’ll offer sneak peeks and discounts in return. Continue reading “Insider Program”
Dear VersionPress fans, it’s been a while since the last update so here’s a refresh for you. Continue reading “Summer Update (2016 Edition)”
Hi all, we’ve just released a minor 3.0.2 update on GitHub which fixes one minor issue introduced in 3.0.1 and improves handling of the REST API calls. Enjoy! Continue reading "3.0.2 Released"
Part of the VersionPress team will be at WordCamp EU in Vienna this week, specifically:
Continue reading "Heading to WCEU Vienna"
Vasek, our UI guy – TypeScript, React, REST APIs and other cool stuff.
- Martin (@stibi) – lives and breathes Docker & k8s.
- Me (Borek) – happy to chat about anything and everything WordPress + version control related.
Robert Iseley (@unclhos) is one of our early adopters and he caught our attention as he and his team have been using VersionPress for advanced workflows long before they were officially supported. I asked Robert if he could sum up his experience and describe the workflows that they use in his team. Here it is: Continue reading “User Story by @unclhos”
VersionPress 3.0.1 is a relatively small bugfix and reliability release and you can get it from GitHub now. It fixes 9 issues in total, 6 bugs and 3 other improvements. Continue reading “3.0.1 Released”
“If you want to make God laugh, tell him about your plans.” But let’s try. Continue reading “VersionPress 4.0 Roadmap”
In January, we were pretty confident VersionPress 3.0 would be released by the end of that month. In February, we were pretty confident… you get the idea. It’s the end of April and I’m really happy to announce that VersionPress 3.0 is finally ready! It’s a major technical release and we’ve done some crazy stuff to support every possible quirk and nuance of WordPress (until we find some new ones, of course!). How often do you write your own Git merge driver?
Also, VersionPress 3.0 is the first version available as a fully open-sourced release on GitHub. We’ve transitioned to this new model earlier this month and are very happy with it. For instance, we could get rid of PayPal 🙂
To get VersionPress 3.0, head over to GitHub releases, download
versionpress-3.0.zip and enjoy! Continue reading “VersionPress 3.0 Released”