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jarulraj / sqlcheck
Automatically identify anti-patterns in SQL queries
sql  data  best-practices  github 
15 hours ago by davidgasperoni
GitHub - jessebeach/arborea11y: Chrome extension that visualizes the Accessibility Tree
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GitHub - johnjago/awesome-uncopyright: Curated list of all things public domain.
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WordPress GitHub Sync — WordPress Plugins
By James DiGioia, Ben Balter

Version: 2.0.0
Last updated: 2 months ago
Active installs: 600+
Requires WordPress Version: 3.9 Tested up to: 4.8.1

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Description

A WordPress plugin to sync content with a GitHub repository (or Jekyll site)


Ever wish you could collaboratively author content for your WordPress site (or expose change history publicly and accept pull requests from your readers)?

Looking to tinker with Jekyll, but wish you could use WordPress’s best-of-breed web editing interface instead of Atom? (gasp!)

Well, now you can! Introducing WordPress GitHub Sync!

WORDPRESS GITHUB SYNC DOES THREE THINGS:

Allows content publishers to version their content in GitHub, exposing “who made what change when” to readers
Allows readers to submit proposed improvements to WordPress-served content via GitHub’s Pull Request model
Allows non-technical writers to draft and edit a Jekyll site in WordPress’s best-of-breed editing interface
WORDPRESS GITHUB SYNC MIGHT BE ABLE TO DO SOME OTHER COOL THINGS:

Allow teams to collaboratively write and edit posts using GitHub (e.g., pull requests, issues, comments)
Allow you to sync the content of two different WordPress installations via GitHub
Allow you to stage and preview content before “deploying” to your production server
HOW IT WORKS

The sync action is based on two hooks:

A per-post sync fired in response to WordPress’s save_post hook which pushes content to GitHub
A sync of all changed files triggered by GitHub’s push webhook (outbound API call)
wordpress  plugin  blog  github  jekyll 
21 hours ago by ndf
Gregwar/Cache
A lightweight cache system based on file and directories. http://i.imgur.com/ejrpTG9.gif
development  php  packagist  composer  cache  gregwar  library  github 
yesterday by moalex

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