This week: CloudFest 2022, Full Site Editing, Gutenberg for content creators, and much more.
The CloudFest hackathon yielded a very useful tool for securing WordPress.
During the CloudFest 2022 hackathon, BentoJS components were transferred to Gutenberg.Gutenberg ❤️ Bento
“Za mir”, a plugin promoting the Z symbol, has recently popped up for a few hours in the plugin repository. Josepha Haden Chomphosy explains how the plugin slipped through the verification.
Heather Burns has also decided to add to the discussion on the plugin. It is particularly interesting to examine the issue through the lens of the introduced sanctions.
Eric Karkovack points out that the line between custom and DIY websites gets blurred, the responsible factors being Full Site Editing along with better and better components.
Matt Cromwell and Lesley Sim are kicking off “Glam That Plugin” where they will analyze different plugins for their marketing potential.
Roger Rosweide outlines the prospective revolution if WordPress were to join the development of Block Protocol.
Cloudways has just launched a new integration with Cloudflare Enterprise. Compared to the free Cloudflare, it will grant access to several cool tools (e.g. Polish for optimizing photos).
David Bisset discussed PHP with Tonya Mork and Carl Alexander. Where to source information about it and how it impacts the development of WordPress.
Rich Tabor has assembled all the Gutenberg blocks he has created. To-do-list is still my favorite.
Laura Byrne explains why Gutenberg suits content creators.
Howard Development & Consulting has just started the WP Wallet service, which allows license management of premium plugins in one place.
Brain Gardner demonstrates how to add inner frames to photos in Gutenberg.
Justin Ahinon explains the process of WordPress E2E tests migration from Puppeteer to Playwright.
Weglot has just announced a partnership with Partech, which will invest €45m in them.