Deployment Workflows, Part 4: WSU Spine

This post is the fourth in a series of deployment workflows I use to get code into production. This is the one non-WordPress deployment writeup, though still interesting. The WSU Spine plays the role of both branding and framework for websites created at WSU. It provides a consistent navigation experience, consistent default styles, and the… Continue reading Deployment Workflows, Part 4: WSU Spine

Deployment Workflows, Part 2: jeremyfelt.com

This post is the second in a series of deployment workflows I use to get code into production. The site you’re reading this on is often a neglected playground of sorts. I’ll run into an interesting method of provisioning the server or maintaining code, apply it halfway and then get distracted with something else. Hearting… Continue reading Deployment Workflows, Part 2: jeremyfelt.com

Deployment Workflows, Part 1: The WSUWP Platform

This post is the first in a series of deployment workflows I use to get code into production. Many of my weekdays are spent working on and around the WSUWP Platform, an open source project created to provide a large, multi-network, WordPress based publishing platform for universities. Conceptually, a few things are being provided. First,… Continue reading Deployment Workflows, Part 1: The WSUWP Platform