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Oct 23rd, 2019
Migrating, Deploying, and Hosting WordPress👇 Download Show✏️ Edit Show Notes
In this episode of Syntax, Scott and Wes talk with Brad Touesnard of Delicious Brains about migrating, deploying, and hosting WordPress.
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3:50 - Why did Brad start Delicious Brains?
5:25 - What plugins does Delicious Brains make?
11:40 - Migrating WordPress
16:50 - Migrating databases
24:20 - How do you do version control with WordPress?
37:06 - What's the easiest way to deploy and host WordPress?
40:23 - What are some examples of managed WordPress hosts?
46:58 - What does your deployment process look like from beginning to end?
50:22 - Thoughts on headless WordPress
53:12 - Is serverless WordPress a thing?
- Delicious Brains
- WP Migrate DB Pro
- WP Offload Media
- WP Offload SES
- WP Engine
- Advanced Custom Fields
- WP Packagist
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- Laravel Vapor
- Installing via Composer
- WordPress deployment workflow
- Managing your WordPress site with Git and Composer
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