Announcing the new WP Pusher dashboard
Over the last few months, I have slowly rolled out the new WP Pusher dashboard. First for new-coming customers and recently existing customers were migrated too. It’s been a gradual process moving away from the old systems powering WP Pusher and it has been going smooth so far.
The main dashboard page.
TLDR; You can now purchase a WP Pusher license with a monthly subscription, instead of paying for a full year up front. Plans are ranging from $4 to $20 per month and come with our usual 30 day money back guarantee.
Push-to-Deploy is the feature of WP Pusher that will keep your WordPress websites up-to-date every time you push some fresh code to your Git repositories. In this post, we are going to take a look at what Push-to-Deploy is, how best to use it for an effective workflow.
Dear WP Pusher users, I know this sucks.
Since day 1 of WP Pusher, I have used a service called WP Updates to handle automatic updates. It’s a service by Dev7Studios – or at least it was. Last month, the worst thing happened. WP Updates was down and according to Dev7Studios it wasn’t their responsibility anymore since they sold the site to someone else – someone they weren’t allowed to name. After a few days someone managed to get the site online again, but I haven’t been able to access it since. Apparently, there’s no way to resolve this, since Dev7Studios won’t disclose who the new owners are.
Months back, I worked on something called WP Shipper, which does many of the same things WP Updates does – including automatic updates of WordPress plugins. I decided to launch a light version of WP Shipper, now that I desperately need it for WP Pusher.
Today, version 2.0.0 was released. The main reason for the bump in versions from 1.1.8 to 2.0.0 was due to a few breaking changes that I felt was necessary to introduce. Please take a moment to read this post to stay up-to-date on what is new.
It’s #WCEU week and I’m headed to Seville to hang out with the WordPress community. What a great occasion to have a little contest, right?
The other day, I wrote the following on Twitter:
NB. The WP Pusher file is no longer supported in WP Pusher.