You’re using the WordPress Command Line Interface (WP-CLI) to automate your workflows, WordPress site set-ups, adding users, etc. You’ve even added it to your CI/CD pipelines to automate behavioral testing and configuration of your testing environments. Recently you added a new plugin to your site that dramatically improves the functionality, only to discover that its data is locked out of WP-CLI, completely unavailable. Do you bail on the plugin and look for another one that is more compatible with WP-CLI? Or do you take matters into your own hands?
In this session, we won’t be discussing the basics of WP-CLI, though we will do a brief introduction. Instead, we’ll be focusing on how we can extend it, adding our own commands and modifying it to accommodate our own, unique needs.
Paul Gilzow — Platform.sh
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