I was recently approached by an agency to take on a freelance web development project, unfortunately due to scheduling conflicts I was unable to take the job on but I thought it would be a great opportunity as a test project to try out the new Bootstrap 5 framework and whilst I was at it, why not throw in building a new custom theme with Gutenberg blocks.
I was really interested in trying out docker with my WordPress workflow. It would be great to have a standalone contained copy of my websites that I could just move from computer to computer without having to install a full development environment every time. I followed this tutorial to set it up https://youtu.be/pYhLEV-sRpY I found using docker a bit slow but in fairness this could have been down to my poor long suffering laptop, really need to delete some files and free up some space!
I always love to see how I can improve my development workflow so I decided to try Local by Flywheel. It has become one of the top local WordPress development tools with one-click installation of WordPress. It has loads of free features to use, like SSL protection of local sites with the the ability to change your local domain name, hot-swapping environments from different versions of PHP, MySQL and web servers (Appache, Nginx), and with the ability to install add-ons to further improve your sites local development localbyflywheel.com
I recently got a Fitbit Versa and after browsing through the gallery I couldn’t find any that I really liked so I decided to create my own. I wanted something very minimal and simple. Getting started was very easy. I started to design and build my own clock face using this API guide from Fitbit
I’ve now finally upgraded to an Apple Watch so my next project is building a custom watch face for it. If only I could download Xcode without killing my laptop, I would be a lot farther along at this point.