WPGraphQL has finally received the 1.0 update. It took 4 years. Interestingly, the 1.0 version didn’t introduce any major changes – it’s more of a symbolic indication that the plugin is stable. Additionally, you can finally install it from the official WordPress repository.
Tim Nash describes how important automatic WP updates are. He’s quite right as we’re often not capable of controlling everything. He also indicates that currently this mechanism lacks a few elements, e.g. delays in updates or backup & rollback mechanisms.
This plugin shows once more the wonders Gutenberg allows for – in this case: comments to particular blocks, based on the ones I use in Google Docs. Fantastic functionality, perfect for websites with many contributors.
More & more people treat accessibility seriously. It ensures that everyone can use our shops or websites. Have you, however, wondered how to create a friendly & accessible code from a disabled developer’s perspective?
Get a sneak peak into WP Desk’s special Black Friday offer. This year they are giving you a 30% off for all their shipping integrations at flexibleshipping.com. However, it’s not their final word and there is still much more to come. Stay tuned and read on for more information.