This week: a summary of 2021 in the WordPress world, WooCommerce 6.0, creating a Gatsby theme, and much more.
Ross Wintle has contributed an excellent article on static code analysis. If you want to know a little more about PHPStan, I encourage you to read it.
protocol has posted a compelling article on Matt Mullenweg. It picks up on many threads, but the one that probably surprised me the most is the one about the camper.
Abigail Brooks Santana brings up the problem of appreciating customer loyalty. It’s good that someone decided to explore the topic as I am often under the impression that all discounts and gifts apply to new customers only.
If you want to deliver a speech at
WordCamp Europe 2022, you can submit your application by January 31st.
Jason Bahl shows how useful the nodeByUri query in WPGraphQL is.
In Smashing Magazine,
Paulina Hetman describes how to create a Gatsby theme that uses data from WordPress.
WP Engine bought the Frost block theme and then offered it for free to everyone.
Joel Hughes has submitted a very informative article about converting WP to a static site.
Bob Dunn has summed up his trip to the State of the Word. Bob traveled from Seattle to New York by train and had the opportunity to meet many people along the way.
We prepared a summary of 2021 as well. Despite some obstacles, we consider it truly successful.
Jean-Baptiste Audras has published the 2021 recap for WordPress Core. In total, 1,852 commits were made, and 2,572 people contributed.
Laura Coronado recapped 2021 in WebDevStudios.
Justin Tadlock summed up 2021 for WPTavern. It’s impressive how many articles they can publish in a year.
Carl Alexander has also provided his 2021 summary. He brings up many topics – from personal ones to those related to Ymir.
WP Review Joe Casabona has published his summary of 2021. He also predicts who will be using WordPress in 2022.
WooCommerce 6.0 was released in December. Upcoming Events:
January 12, you can take part in a Buddy webinar. Maciek Palmowski and Daniel Olson will show you how to connect Astro with WordPress
Excellent news comes from Big Orange Heart.
WordFest Live 2022 will take place on March 4.
WordPress Career Summit will take place on April 8, 2022.
WordCamp Europe is back, with plans for an organized analog version in Porto this time. On June 2-4 2022, we will find out whether it works out. If you like this edition, don't forget to share it.