A lot of WordPress theme and plugin developers use GitHub to implement version control for their projects. This means all their code and files are available for anyone to see and download. However, having to install WordPress plugins from GitHub manually can be frustrating. As you can probably imagine, there are tools that help you streamline the process of installing plugins and themes from GitHub. Depending on the method you opt for, you can even ensure that each piece of software you install will update automatically, whenever the developers make changes to its repository. This way, you can tinker around with each project to your heart’s content. In this article, we’re going to talk about why you should use GitHub for your WordPress development projects. Then we’ll show you how to install WordPress plugins from GitHub (and themes too!) using WP Pusher, a dedicated tool. Let’s get to work! Why you should consider using GitHub For the uninitiated, GitHub is a platform built on top of the Git version control system. This type of software enables multiple developers to work on the same files simultaneously. Using it, developers can upload their code and files
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