This week: acquiring and selling plugins, headless, mental health, WordCamp Europe and much more.
A week ago we mentioned FlipWP – a new project by
Alex Denning and Iain Poulsen. This time the creators explain the roots of this idea.
Christie Chirinos is an acknowledged member of WP community. Her story, however, might have as well ended differently.
We often complain about our work conditions, but we rarely ponder about the consequences of working with Open Source projects.
Headless WordPress is the talk of the WP world, however,
Chris Coyier wonders if except for the noise it stands for something more than just a niche.
Oana from Pixelgrade has just compiled a report on the state of their community (Upstairs).
The section on what could have been done better strongly appeals to me.
There’s a complete schedule on the WordFest website with lots of great topics and speakers and I am looking forward to it.
An excellent case study on how the
Level Level agency helped improve the availability of the Gravity Forms plugin.
Ben Gillbanks has been developing his Toolbelt plugin for some time now. It is a collection of more or less useful improvements to WP. Recently, however, some brilliant option has appeared in it – hiding notifications from plugins.
Nick Schäferhoff from Torque Magazine summarized WordCamp Europe 2021.
Fränk Klein has launched a paid course on how to create themes based on Full Site Editing.
Extendify decided to adopt the EditorsKit plugin.
Leonardo Losoviz described how to easily use DevKinsta to create multiple WordPress sites based on different versions of PHP and MySQL.
The second part of the introductory article to the world of Next.js has appeared on the
Eric Karkovack enlisted a few examples of when it is better not to use WP.
MetaBox blog there is a very useful article concerning testing plugin performance and security.
Justin Tadlock encourages everyone to submit their block patterns to the newly created directory.
WordCamp Japan 2021 Online will take place on June 20-26.
Summit/2021 will be held on June 24
WordCamp Santa Clarita will take place on July 17-18.
The second edition of
WordFest Live will take place on July 23.
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