This week: where WordPress is going, what you can get out of ACF, OpenPress, creating blocks in Gutenberg, and much more…
Jean Galea wonders where WordPress is heading. In his article, he also collected all the ills that currently plague WP and its community. It’s really worth reading.
A case study has appeared on the Advanced Custom Fields website showing how Rareloop uses ACF in its projects. It’s worth reading because some of the solutions are really interesting.
As you have probably noticed, the purchase of Twitter by Elon Musk caused a lot of nervous movements among users. Mike McAlister proposed a thought experiment called OpenPress.
Tomek Lach explains that having a relatively small agency also makes sense. He also explains the consequences of being big and working with the enterprise clients.
The third part of the guide by Manoj Kumar on creating blocks in Gutenberg. This time Manoj shows how to use external API in block settings.
Nick Roach has just announced very big changes in Divi 5.0. Particularly pleasing is the part about a completely new API, which will allow developers more freedom in creating new things.
Blake Bertuccelli describes how Edupack (a service designed to support the creation of websites for universities) had to evolve when it turned out that it is not so easy to create one universal service for universities. Instead, they focused on accessibility.
Our friends at Atarim just announced a very generous Black Friday Sale. Really worth checking out.
Riley Cullen announced a new version of FaustJS. What’s inside? New data layer and template hierarchy similar to WordPress.
Turbo Admin lived to see competition. CommandBar has just been integrated with WordPress.
Lax Mariappan describes 5 important concepts that WordPress-based website owners should know.
AMANi shared his story of how he started making really good money by creating a theme for WooCommerce.
WP Engine has just announced a partnership with Microsoft. As a result, we will be able to host our websites on the Azure platform.