How To Automatically Deploy WordPress Theme Changes Using GitHub

How To Automatically Deploy WordPress Theme Changes Using GitHub

For most developers, the workflow that to automatically deploy changes to a staging or live website goes something like this: you develop a theme or a plugin locally and then host it somewhere such as GitHub, BitBucket, and GitLab. Over the years, GitHub has become one of the popular choices for developers and has become an integral part of web development. Using GitHub can help you sync up with a live WordPress installation. Syncing your GitHub repositories with WordPress manually is burdensome and time-consuming because you have to repeat the process over and over. It also involves copying files to FTP when you hand over the project to your client (on shared servers) or setting push Git hooks to push and then fetch/pull on all sites. Third-party automation and integration tools have taken my development workflow to the next level. While it has made it easier to simplify tasks, integration of Git-managed themes and plugins has been challenging. In this article, I will discuss how to automatically sync GitHub repositories with WordPress to deploy any changes. Let’s begin! WP Pusher WP Pusher is one of the most comprehensive plugins that developed by Peter Suhm, the plugin helps you to sync […]