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Austin Ginder

Tracking Background Commands In Realtime

CaptainCore runs commands like backup, update, quicksave and scan-errors across many WordPress sites on a scheduled basis in the background. Until now there hasn’t been any way to see any progress in the UI. That makes it really difficult to…

Moving Forward Slowly and Steadily

With the increased writing and focus on CaptainCore, I’ve been receiving lots of feedback, which is great! Many individuals have been asking me when CaptainCore be ready to use or if I have an estimated time for launching. I don’t…

Request New Sites

This past week I built a new feature into CaptainCore which’s allows site owners and agencies to request new sites. This is basically a fancy looking form that gives folks the appearance that they are creating new WordPress sites. These…

New WP-CLI Global Parameter Exec

If you closely examine CaptainCore, beyond the golang web server and Vue.js WordPress plugin, you’ll see it’s really just WP-CLI commands and bash scripts. WordPress’ WP-CLI project is one of the most powerful and important WordPress projects. Anything with WP-CLI…