This week: WordPress 5.9, Gutenberg vs. Page Builders, website optimization vs environmental protection, and much more.
Josepha Haden Chomphosy summarized WordPress 5.9 meeting. The main changes concern Full Site Editing, theme.json, and the new theme.
Oana Filip wrote an engaging article on how we want our website to look unique while at the same time, we desire one that looks exactly like the demo of the theme.
Erik Torsner from Delicious Brains explains why we should use wp_remote_get or wp_remote_post and similar functions.
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Max Denysenko justifies using Husky to developers. It helps you make sure you run all the necessary tests before a commit.
metabox.io provided a comparison between Gutenberg and page builders. The author took many aspects into account, from their possibilities to speed or the number of requests.
Helen Hou-Sandí presents a PHP developer’s point of view on developing blocks.
Buddy carries an article on why Kinsta is one of the best hosting services for WP developers.
Rich Tabor shows how to transform his checklist block into a universal to-do list that shows up at each post.
Konstantin Kovshenin has just published Sail, a tool that significantly facilitates WP deployment to DigitalOcean.
Alessandro Tesoro has created Querycase, a handy library that simplifies creating database queries.
It took more than six years for the 2.8 RC1 version of the Pods plugin to see the light of day. The post below reveals why and how many changes were implemented.
Alex Standiford hints on how to automatically generate content perfect for all kinds of tests.
Michelle Frechette explores the difference between diversity and inclusion.
A while back, we published Ross Morsali’s tutorial on using the autoloader in WordPress plugins. This time Josh Pollock examines the subject.
Leonardo Losoviz defines best practices concerning WordPress and abstraction plugins.
Berwyn Powell shows how poorly optimized websites impact carbon dioxide emissions. Additionally, he provides tips to improve this state of affairs.
WPMRR Virtual Summit, a conference devoted to earning through WordPress, is scheduled to take place on September 21-23.
WordCamp US returns in its online version after a short break. The event will take place on October 1.
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