In this issue: Matt Mullenweg & Jamstack, WordPress history, Gutenberg changing companies and much more…
This issue also hosts its first guest editor. Maciek Swoboda shares some interesting articles with us!
In love with WordPress since 2006. WordUp and WordCamp organizer. CEO of WP Desk, a platform for WooCommerce plugins. Editor of the Polish version of WordPress. Believer in community strength
48 WordPress plugins have more than a million of active installations. Only 7 have more than 5 million. „Woocommerce” is the most used term in plugins’ names. These and a lot more fun facts on plugins and WP.org themes.
Last week Matt stated he is not a fan of JAMStack and used a few reasonable arguments to support it. This, obviously, could not go unnoticed and in the following week. Netifly, GatsbyJS and Stackbit CEOs responded.
As a result Matt even made a bet with Stackbit CEO on which architecture will be more popular 5 years from now.
LearnDash is taking cutting-edge e-learning methodology and infusing it into WordPress. Trusted to power the learning programs for major universities, small to mid-size companies, startups, entrepreneurs, and bloggers worldwide.
WebDevStudios share how they change their approach to Gutenberg and how they introduce related changes.
If you write unit tests for WP you surely know you need to set up a separate WordPress environment. Thanks to WorDBless you can use WordPress core functions in your PHPUnit tests without having to set up a separate database.