What’s New With Kernl – November 2018

It has been a busy few months for Kernl. Lots of great work has gone into the WordPress load testing feature work as well as a few structural changes to increase reliability. Cache moved to Redis – For as long as Kernl has existed our cache backend was powered by Memcached. We have now finished… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – November 2018

Feature Flags – Managing a WordPress Beta Program

Let’s say that you’re an author of a premium (i.e. paid for) WordPress plugin or theme. You’ve been hard at work on an amazing new feature but it really needs some testing before it goes out to all of your customers. How do you manage this process? What’s the best way to get new code… Continue reading Feature Flags – Managing a WordPress Beta Program

What’s New With Kernl – December 2017

Happy December everyone! It’s been a busy month at Kernl. We’ve got a few great new features completed, some infrastructure updates, and a few bug fixes. Let’s get started. Features Customer Management – With the release of our new License Management product we introduced the concept of “customers”. As one would expect, a customer is… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – December 2017

What’s New With Kernl – November 2017

Happy November! The last month was all heads down on one new feature: License Management. Features WordPress License Management – As many of you know Kernl has had “Purchase Codes” for awhile now. It was clunky to use but generally very effective at it’s goal. License Management is the next generation of Kernl’s purchase code… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – November 2017

Introducing WordPress License Management with Kernl

For the past several years Kernl has been trusted with securing access to many people’s hard work via our license management system. We recently re-imagined our entire WordPress license management system, so we want to introduce it to you. WordPress License Management If you’ve ever sold a plugin or theme out on the open market, worrying… Continue reading Introducing WordPress License Management with Kernl

What’s New With Kernl – October 2017

This month wasn’t a big feature month for Kernl, but there were some smaller bug fixes and infrastructure updates that are helping us serve our customers better. In addition to that, we also put out a short survey. Thanks to everyone who responded! Changes & Bug Fixes We are now able to automatically manage your… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – October 2017

Private Premium Plugin Updates with Kernl.us

If you’ve ever created a plugin for WordPress and wanted to sell it you’ve likely run in to the problem of delivering updates to your customers. Agencies and internal developers run in to this problem as well.  You can’t upload your plugin to the WordPress.org repository because then it will be free for everyone, but… Continue reading Private Premium Plugin Updates with Kernl.us

What’s New With Kernl – July 2016

With summer in full-swing here in the United States, development on Kernl has been slowing down to accommodate much busier schedules than during the rest of the year.  This doesn’t mean we haven’t been busy though. Features Changelog.json – You can now update your changelog automatically with GitHub and BitBucket push-to-build integration.  By simply adding… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – July 2016

What’s New With Kernl – June 2016

The past month of work on Kernl has seen a lot of great infrastructure improvements as well as a few customer facing features that I’m pretty excited about. Customer Facing Features Direct Uploads to AWS S3 – When Kernl was originally created all file uploads were stored directly on Kernl’s servers.  As we grew, this… Continue reading What’s New With Kernl – June 2016