This week: Gutenberg, Gutenberg, Gutenberg, what is the future of headless WordPress, is it worth promoting your plugins in the official repository, and much more…
Mike McAlister launched Ollie – a website where he plans to share his knowledge about everything related to the new era of WordPress. I really like the article about the global styles.
Jason Bahl was the guest of the latest episode of Delicious Podcast. He explains the current status and the future of headless in the WordPress world.
Alex Denning described why he thinks the official repository is one of the most ineffective ways to promote his plugin.
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Matt Cromwell explained why he disagreed with Alex’s thesis.
Jessie Brown from WP Mayor wonders if Full Site Editing is already a mature-enough project that we can already use it on a daily basis.
Brian Coords has recreated the ability to quickly add entries from the dashboard using the WordPress Data Layer.
Nick Schäferhoff shows us the news in Full Site Editing that await us in WordPress 6.0.
A very interesting course, teaching how to create blocks in Gutenberg. I hope that due to the fact that it is on
learn.wordpress.org it will also be constantly updated, along with changes in the block editor.
Another free course has appeared on Kinsta Academy – this time
Carlo Daniele shows how to create your first custom block.
Relay is a Redis client that will make your WP even faster. I don’t know why I found it just now.
The next stage of the
wordpress.org website redesign is ahead of us. This time it’s time for all the documentation related pages.
iThemes summed up a bit of 2022, all the changes they just made and what their future looks like.
Do you love Gutenberg so much that you want to use it everywhere? If so, you can take advantage of this Chrome extension by
John Godley that turns any textarea into a Gutenberg. Upcoming events
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