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  • WordPress Bedrock: environment variables and plugins as dependencies

    In the last article, I talked about migrating the WordPress project to Git and deploying it via D2C panel. That way is acceptable. However, it has a number of drawbacks: you have to create 2 configs, each time you should request the file system, access details are stored in the repository and you should upload …
  • Advanced WordPress optimization. Part 2: dynamic caching with WP Supercache

    Following on the previous article in the series on advanced WordPress optimization, I’ll talk about implementing dynamic blocks for unauthorized users in the WP Supercache caching plugin.
  • Using Git in WordPress development and the right project migrating to D2C

    Anybody who works with Git has already appreciated the benefits of such a tool. You can easily roll back damaging changes, establish collaboration between dozens of developers and transparently monitor all changes that occur with the code. It just so happens that the vast majority of developers who use WordPress don’t use the tool. This …
  • Advanced WordPress optimization. Part 1: main points

    In the article about «Wordpress with smart Varnish caching» I talked about the acceleration of the website using Varnish reverse proxy which generates HTML pages and returns them in the form of static. But it also happens that your website receives a high load from authorized users or there are some parts that are not acceptable to cache.
  • Extending Ansible – modules

    Under the hood of d2c.io service we use Ansible a lot: from cloud VM creation and provisioning to Docker containers and user apps orchestration. If you missed previous articles of our “Extending Ansible” series, you should definitely read them to get initial overview of the difference between plugins and modules. The most important one is: plugins are …