Full Software Review: WP Simulator Local
Many times, building a good WordPress website is not as simple as editing pre-made templates that come with your theme and adding in the necessary plugins. Such a task can sometimes be a complex endeavor, and you will want nothing less than a flawless output. The same is true when it comes to rolling out updates to your site. Making tests and testing often is what makes this possible, and Matt Garrett has a new product that lets you do so efficiently before you launch your WordPress site. It will launch today, May 12, 2020, and it is called WP Simulator Local.
This product is a software that basically gives you a full, working copy of your WordPress website right on your desktop. This lets you test your site before you publish it or roll out your latest updates, without the risk of accidentally launching a premature, buggy build that is yet to be thoroughly tested. The software works in both PC and Mac, and it is especially helpful for developers who are looking to test new plugins, update their site’s themes, iron out existing bugs, or simply come up with a perfectly working website. This product will be on a dimesale and the price will start at $17 going all the way up to $27 as the launch progresses.
WP Simulator Local will be out later this morning at 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time. It will not be long from the time of this posting, and as soon as the launch has gone live, we will have this post updated with a full review. If this interests you, remember to add this page to your bookmarks, and just see this post again after the launch goes live.