WordPress

LUBUS Highlights January 2024

WordPress Sessions in Bangalore Ajit Bohra from the team visited Bangalore for a week to conduct several workshops and meet-ups organized by Team Codewalnut. As passionate Block Editor advocates, we always strive to educate people on how to leverage the WordPress Block Editor to its fullest potential. Ajit confidently shared his expertise on using Block Editor to write content, build pages, and even an entire website, while demonstrating how to set up global styles, and build template parts, templates, and patterns using Full Site Editing (FSE). In the year 2024, there are still doubts and concerns about whether WordPress is…

LUBUS Highlights November 2023

Venturing Into Consulting We have primarily focused on providing solutions to individuals and businesses by training our teams and building solutions for clients. However, we have recently had the opportunity to work with mid to enterprise-level clients, who have approached us for WordPress consulting services. We have onboarded a few clients to start this new offering and are finding it to be an interesting and valuable learning experience. We plan to share more insights on this soon. Bulk Messaging Platform Aside from working with WordPress, we also enjoy using Laravel, and we recently had the opportunity to help an SME…

Experimental Go To Top Plugin For WordPress

We have been strongly advocating leveraging WordPress packages to build plugins and apps. From using them on client projects to side projects we have embraced them as much as possible. We even shared our thoughts on the same at WordCamp Mumbai. As part of constant learning and discovery, we encourage our team to build things they want to. A few months back we were working with one of our client and they had this hard requirement of having a go-to top-button plugin with flexible customization. We vetted a few plugins and thought it was a good opportunity to build something…

wpui

Introducing WPUI, a design pattern library for building React-powered WordPress plugins or apps

As strong supporters of the WordPress Block Editor (aka Gutenberg), we have been early adopters and advocates of this technology. We have spoken about its potential and future at meetups and WordCamps, and have empowered our clients’ editorial experiences. We have also built plugins and extensions that embrace the Block Editor and have seen the huge potential it has as a product and the foundation it is laying down for the next generation of WordPress. We have been following the development and keeping an eye on various packages that were extracted and built. From building and extending blocks, curating editor…

LUBUS Highlights October 2023

This month, the team continued working on things they believed in and built a few side projects to fulfil our internal needs. Tatva We announced project Tatva. It is a custom Web Components library that we are building with few commonly used elements. We polished and pushed one of the elements called ‘Ping’, which allows the addition of a pulse animation element in HTML content with a custom element tag. We are working on a few more and look to make them public soon so stay tuned. WordCamp Mumbai A few of the folks from the team attended WordCamp Mumbai…

lubus highlights september 2023

LUBUS Highlights September 2023

This month, we continued our love for working on side projects to learn and build. We made some progress on several internal projects and started some new ones. So here are some of the key highlights for the more are: WordPress Playground Blueprint Builder We continued our exploration further on WordPress playground after building chrome extension and playground generator UI we have been exploring blueprint API. Blueprint API allows more control over playground setup and tailoring it as needed. Blueprint is a JSON string with instructions on setting up WordPress. We have been exploring creating a UI builder to ease…

LUBUS Highlights August 2023

It’s been quite a while since we shared any insights into what we have been doing. But, hey all this while we have been working on interesting and challenging projects, learning new things, expanding the team, sharing knowledge with the community, and toying around a handful of ideas. This month was quite happening and here are some of the key highlights below: Ajit spoke at and local Laravel meetup Learning is an important and integral part of our culture. We promote and reward skill building and see that as an ongoing process to be adopted by each and every one.…

Handy WordPress Plugins

Handy WordPress Plugins For Developers – Part 4

At LUBUS, we have been fortunate enough to work on different kind of projects which has helped us learn & explore WordPress. We try our best to avoid using plugins for every other requirement which can be simply implemented with few lines of code. But there are scenarios when plugins come in handy. For us, these plugins are tools & utilities which help us perform tasks during development. These plugins have been helping us on our various projects. We are sharing them in series of articles covering 5 plugins in each post along with scenarios when we used them. [well] Note: These plugins are…

LUBUs Highlights April 2017

LUBUS Highlights April 2017

[well]Working towards standardizing our workflow to work on things in a more disciplined manner [/well] Here’s a list of few things we have been doing recently that might be of your interest or help: Most of our existing client are either on VPS (Virtual Private Server) or are about to be moved. For the upcoming projects, we would standardize this for all upcoming projects to eradicate common issues/concerns raised by client mostly performance issues which are common on shared hosting. This will help us deliver better and also improve our workflow. Currently, all our projects are proudly powered by DigitalOcean. Ping us if…

Handy WordPress Plugins

Handy WordPress Plugins For Developers – Part 3

At LUBUS, we have been fortunate enough to work on different kind of projects which has helped us learn & explore WordPress. We try our best to avoid using plugins for every other requirement which can be simply implemented with few lines of code. But there are scenarios when plugins come in handy. For us, these plugins are tools & utilities which help us perform tasks during development. These plugins have been helping us on our various projects. We are sharing them in series of articles covering 5 plugins in each post along with scenarios when we used them. [well] Note: These plugins are…