Use these resources to get a WooCommerce development environment up and running.
This is a reusable and extensible end-to-end testing environment for WooCommerce extensions. Additionally, it contains several files to serve as the base for a Docker container and Travis CI setup.
This is an ESLint plugin including configurations and custom rules for WooCommerce development.
This is the command-line interface for WordPress. You can update plugins, configure multisite installations and much more, without using a web browser.
This command-line tool lets you easily set up a local WordPress environment for building and testing plugins and themes. It’s simple to install and requires no configuration.