Centralized updating using repositories

You may develop custom plugins or themes that are used on multiple, if not dozens, of websites. The WP Updater script allows you to pull updates from a repository within the usual WordPress Updating Process.

Once you push a new tag to your repository, the update becomes available to every site where you are using a plugin with the WP Updater code. In that way, manually updating becomes something from the past.

Installing WP Updater

WP Updater can be installed by including the script in the project you require it for. Within the script, you have to specify from which repository url the updates should be pulled.

Documentation on the installation and usage of WP Updater can be found on Github.

  • Support for Public Github Repositories
  • In Development: Support for Gitlab
  • In Development: Support for Custom Repositories

Our Complete WordPress Script Collection

During the years, we found out that we were repeating the same code over and over in our WordPress development projects. The obvious thought came in mind: Why don’t we store these pieces of code in reusable scripts on GitHub? And so it happened, our repository was born.

WP Components is a collection of common components used in the development of websites, such as breadcrumbs.

WP Custom Fields is a kick-ass framework for custom customizer, options pages and post, taxonomy or user metabox fields.

WP Enqueue is a script for enqueing scripts and styles easily.

WP Optimize allows to implement basic optimizations to a WordPress installation by the removal of redundant scripts and code.

WP Register is a script that allows to easily register custom posts, taxonomies, sidebars, menus and widgets.

WP Updater is a script to update a theme or plugin through an external repository.

WP Router is a WordPress script that enables a developer to add custom routes and link these to custom templates.

WP Config is a class which can be used to store, add or modify configurations for a theme or plugin.

WP Autoload shows how one can use autoloading with WordPress.