This week: headless, WP GraphQL, Core Web Vitals, mental health in the IT industry and much more.
Joe Howard talked to Matt Mullenweg about many things, including the latest dispute between WP and Wix and fake news.
The topic might not concern WP directly, however, it affects lots of people (I believe that IT suffers severely here). Caylin White explains how to help people who don’t believe in themselves.
Leonardo Losoviz compares when You better use the WP GraphQL plugin and when – the GraphQL API.
WordPress Community Team wonders whether companies promoting themselves by criticizing WP will be allowed to sponsor WordPress events.
Renato Alves from Alley describes the benefits of using GraphQL with WP.
The Run The Show agency extensively describes what headless is and the benefits of headless approach.
Chris Lema aptly described the importance of finding a niche. He exemplified it with the Studiocart plug-in, which perfectly fits into this.
Gravity Flow shows how much customer support might impact license extension.
iThemes provided a very detailed guide on Cross-Site Scripting. A truly magnificent job!
Iain Poulson from Delicious Brains shows how to use Xdebug.
If by any chance you don’t know what Core Web Vitals are, Patrick Ahl from 10up explains the subject to the core😉
Pagely showed off their new malware detection tool. I admit the benchmarks are really impressive.
Eric Karkovack points out the importance of working with multiple CMSs. This way we don’t close ourselves in a bubble and implement the best patterns.
There is an interesting article on the Ellipsis blog on creating personas related to WordPress.
Torque described the 8 best ways to host Headless WordPress.
Muhammad Muhsin summed up his work at rtCamp. I am fond of such confessions since they illustrate what can be changed at home.
Sarah Gooding from WP Tavern described her impressions on using Jetpack Boost plugin that is supposed to quicken our website’ performance.
WPastronaut has created a very nice plugin that allows to fill WP with content. It’s perfect for testing and development
On April 27-28, GoDaddyPro is organizing Expand 2021, aimed at website designers and developers.
WordSesh 2021 will take place on May 24-28.
WordCamp Europe 2021 Online will take place on June 7-10.
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