Alyssa Cuda 4.10.2019 For the last couple of years, WP-CLI has been changing the way developers work in WordPress. WP-CLI helps developers take regular, repeat tasks and automate them using a set of command-line tools for managing WordPress-installations. Using the interface, you can update plugins, set up multisite installs, and much more, without using a web browser. This helps developers take tedious, manual tasks and automate them for a more efficient workflow. WP-CLI is essential to WordPress core and therefore, it is essential to our customers. WP Engine is proud to be a co-sponsor for the WP-CLI project. This is the second consecutive year WP Engine has sponsored the WP-CLI efforts by contributing $15k to the project. Since becoming an official part of the WordPress open source project in 2017, the project has evolved. To learn more about WP-CLI, we sat down with Alain Schlesser, the current maintainer for the project. You recently took over the WP-CLI project from Daniel Bachhuber. What made you decide to step up and do that? I started getting properly involved with WP-CLI when I first joined as co-maintainer for the project. During that time, both Daniel and I split up the maintenance work and… Read full this story
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