This week: creating block themes, WordPress 5.9, another batch of WordPress summaries of 2021, and much more.
Dan is the Chief Operating Officer of DigitalCube, a company committed to supporting WordPress and its communities. He’s a web developer, AWS superfan, Jamstack advocate, design thinking enthusiast, and he’s curious about AI. Philadelphia is the place he calls home.
WordPress powers over 40% of the websites on the Internet. With the WordPress REST API now available by default, there are plenty of opportunities to explore. What about the role of AI in WordPress? With a simple function and a bit of coding, you can create something useful with OpenAI and the WordPress REST API.
In this article, I’d like to give a high-level overview of AI, WordPress applied to AI, the experimentation with both, and how you too can get involved.
See how easily you can generate Post Excerpt using Post Content and OpenAI. Built using the OpenAI API, Shifter Headless, and the WordPress REST API.
We live in WordPress space, so there is a plugin for that. Bertha is an AI-based writing assistant that will help you write content on your WordPress website.
With the No-Code revolution around the corner and the coming of new-age technologies like GPT-3, we may see a stark difference between the career of today and the careers of tomorrow.
An engaging article by Brad Jorsch on multi-language support in Jetpack in connection with Webpack and Composer. Brad describes a lot of curious situations that some developers occasionally encounter.
Munir Kamal has started a new block theme catalog as part of the Gutenberg Hub. It looks promising.
Post Status has just announced their first Twitter conference. Its motto is Give. Grow. Together. If you want to take part, as a speaker, don’t forget to apply.
Yoast launched an app for Shopify last week. This is a kind of surprise, but also a very good move in terms of diversifying the markets in which they operate.
Brad Touesnard sums up 2021 for Delicious Brains. Admittedly, a lot happened there.
Josepha Haden has published all the questions raised before and during the State of the Word. She also released some of the answers.
Maciek Palmowski explains how not to forget to test the code. From tools in code editors, through git hooks, and ending with CI / CD applications.Don’t forget to test your code, literally
On the Extendify blog, Tammie Lister describes what to expect in WordPress 5.9. Most of the changes are related to Full Site Editing.
Todd Jones explains how to care for a community and what the foundations of a healthy one are.
Kelly Choyce-Dwan has switched her website’s theme into a block-based one and shares her thoughts about it.
Michelle Frechette has recapped 2021 for Post Status. However, she has had assistance from all the members of the editorial office that she interviewed.
Josh Pollock shows how to create a React-based plugin settings page in 5 minutes.
Marcus Kazmierczak has provided a short introduction to block themes and how to create them.
Monica Lent shows you how to monetize your newsletter. She proposes several ways – from sponsorship, through affiliation to a newsletter available only to paying members.
The organizers of WordCamp Europe decided to carry out a Q&A session that will help answer questions from potential speakers.
On WP Experts.io Fahad Abid outlines Gutenberg’s potential impact on the industry in 2022.
On 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.
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.