WP-CLI is a great tool when you don’t need a fancy UI, need to write scripts to perform regular maintenance, or to provide deeper functionality to your awesome plugin. Like WordPress, it’s free, open source, and far more powerful than some people give it credit for.
This session covers the components necessary to write great WP-CLI scripts; from structure to execution, arguments to output, attendees should leave the session with everything they need to know to implement WP-CLI commands in their next project.
I was unable to attend WordCamp Cincinnati last year due to it happening at the same time as WordCamp Ann Arbor (it’s kind of hard to be in two cities four hours apart at the same time). If you’re able, I’d love to see you there!
Tangeman University Center
2766 UC Main St
Cincinnati, OH 45221 November 12, 2017