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  1. create-guten-block

    πŸ”₯ βš›β€ πŸ“¦ A zero-configuration #0CJS developer toolkit for building WordPress Gutenberg block plugins.

    JavaScript 1.2k 107

  2. WPGulp

    🎯 An advanced & extensively documented Gulp WordPress workflow. Kick start a build-workflow for your WordPress plugins and themes with Gulp.

    JavaScript 974 166

  3. shades-of-purple-vscode

    ⚑Professional VSCode theme with hand-picked & bold shades of purple πŸ’œto go along with your VS Code. A custom VS Code theme with style β†’

    HTML 51 7

  4. Sublime-WP-Customizer

    πŸš€ Sublime Text package of snippets for WordPress Customizer. Helps you write standard WordPress code for Customizer with different kinds of snippets β€”Β in seconds.

    PHP 52 19

  5. Gutenberg-Boilerplate

    πŸ”° WordPress Gutenberg Boilerplate! β€” Easy to understand and extensively inline documented starter WordPress plugin for the new Gutenberg editor. Think of it like a create-react-app for WP Gutenberg…

    JavaScript 669 70


    The WP REST API has been merged into WordPress core. Please do not create issues or send pull requests. Submit support requests to the forums or patches to Trac (see README below for links).

    PHP 4k 709

Contribution activity

September 2018

Created a pull request in highlightjs/highlight.js that received 4 comments

πŸ‘Œ IMPROVE: SOP Theme Link

Add πŸ¦„ Shades of Purple theme link to GitHub repo for contributions from OSS.

+1 βˆ’1 4 comments

Created an issue in ahmadawais/WPGulp that received 2 comments

[RESOLVED] printNextSteps is not a function (FIXED v2.6.0)

There was an error in the printNextSteps file where I accidentally commented out the module.exports. That resulted in an error like this: npm/_npx/…

189 contributions in private repositories Sep 1 – Sep 22

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