Testing is paramount when building sites to ensure the user’s experience is consistent and of course — works. One of the tools in testers’ toolkit is Google Lighthouse. In this post, learn how to automate Google lighthouse results using Node.js.
Often I sync local WordPress sites with remote ones. There’s various — freemium — plugins that do this, but instead of adding bloat & spammy third-party plugin ads I wanted a simple, one-command solution. Shell to the rescue! Here’s a simple script that syncs your local database & uploads directory with your remote — and stores backups!
CLI that generates beautiful README.md files. readme-md-generator will suggest you default answers by reading your package.json and git configuration. readme-md-generator is able to read your environment (package.json, git config…) to suggest you default answers during the README.md creation process: Download Fork on Github