We’re currently lining up about 4-5 WordPress websites for clients – some long term clients moving from one CMS to another, and others for small businesses ready to move away from a 10 year old “online billboard” to something that can grow with them.
The WP environment still has some areas in which we’re growing, and this article is a nice guide to some of the important steps in setting up a development environment for WP-based development.
We won’t lie – setting up a WordPress development environment is time-consuming. However, this small investment should pay off big time as you continue using it. The right environment will not only increase your productivity, it’ll enable you to iron out any bugs in your project along the way.