How to Change the Display of a Variable Product Price in a Custom Woocommerce Theme

When building a custom Woocommerce theme, you may come across some things that are tricky to implement. To further complicate matters, some of the available documentation may be lacking. Woocommerce is built to be plug and play, and for the most part that’s true. However, occasionally you’ll find yourself trying something a bit out of…

Mapping external domains to sites on your WordPress network without a plugin

In this tutorial, I will show you how to map external domains to sites on your WordPress network, without the use of a plugin. I have found some conflicting information on this process, so I wanted to clear things up. Up until recent versions of WordPress, the best way to do this was with the…

Using CORS and Ember-Data to point an Ember app to multiple backend deployments

At Curious Minds we have developers working from different offices doing backend and frontend work on the same projects, so we need a deployment scenario that allows developers to make local changes without fear of breaking things for everyone, but also to be able to develop against a shared environment so that bugs can be…

Seeding Relations in Ember Mirage with Factories

When we are working on an EmberJs project, for all but the most trivial applications, we like to mock API calls so we can develop the UI of our application independently of the back end. Enter in Ember-cli-Mirage. a really essential library maintained by Sam Selikoff. We’re not going to deep dive into all of…

Passing Data from one View Controller to Another through Segues. Xcode fundamentals.

Every application uses data in one ay or another. When you are writing an iOS native application there are two ways to transfer data that I find most straightforward and easy to use. One is passing data from one View Controller to another by utilizing the “prepareForSegue” method. This technique is good when you need…