5FTF recap for July 31st, 2020

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A bit of a recap delay for July’s entry, but that’s okay.

The beat goes on the code goes too. The CPTUI-Extended evolution continued this month. There was some considerable pivot in the Gutenberg/React aspect because I wanted to get things working more than I wanted to handle the block a certain way. I had enough resources to copy and comprehend and the block is overall working like I need.

Next major steps are the continued edits to make sure that I can properly port over the shortcode registry and parsing, ideally without breaking a single customer site. Honestly probably the biggest worry/fear for me.

I also need to code up the locating and “importing” aspect that I want to provide so that people don’t need to re-create their own. Yes, I want to make it so shortcode settings are re-usable and configurable.

Onwards with progress!


Michael is a seasoned developer who loves helping build stuff for the internet. He brings over a decade of varied experiences working with both front and back end developer stacks.

His primary focus has been WordPress and PHP and all the components that go along with them. During the day, he is a Support Engineer with Maintainn and WebDevStudios, helping clients get the best that they can out of their own websites.

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