Tinkerwell for WordPress

Tinkerwell for WordPress • WPShout

As someone who has been tracking both the WordPress world and the Laravel world for years, I was intrigued by Ross Wintle highlighting something I didn’t really know much about. (If I’m honest, it’s been about a year since I was dipping into Laravel regularly.)

Anyway, this Tinkerwell tool looks both interesting and fun. For *anyone* who does PHP development. And that Ross highlights some actual uses for WordPress-specific work meant I just had to share it. Give it a look, and make help Ross a bit by buying it with his link. Or just watch the video and write down on a someday-maybe list that you should buy it. (I’ll admit that’s what I did :p)

Keep reading the article at WPShout. The article was originally written by David Hayes on 2020-03-04 10:30:20.

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This article was written by David Hayes and originally published on WPShout.

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