This week: WordCamp Europe, APPExperts, CSS Tricks, Test Automation, #WPGLOBAL, and much more.
WordCamp Europe announced this year’s speakers. There are many great names on it.
The first Product Walkthrough for WordPress 6.0 is available on WordPress.tv . The authors of this version explain the changes to come in the next one.
A promising beta of APPExperts , a service turning WooCommerce into a native iOS or Android app has just surfaced.
LMS created by e-learning experts
LearnDash is taking cutting-edge e-learning methodology and infusing it into WordPress. Trusted to power the learning programs for major universities, small to mid-size companies, startups, entrepreneurs, and bloggers worldwide.
Last week’s webinar on how Alley copes with test automation for WordPress is already available. It’s a great way to start your adventure with CI/CD.
WordPress.com has merged all its premium plans into one Pro Plan. The users are already expressing their dissatisfaction in the comments to the article below.
Nathan Wrigley chats with Chris Coyier about his adventure with CSS Tricks.
GutenbergHub provides a guide on the Gutenberg Styling API.
Tom McFarlin sums up his twelve years of writing about WordPress and contemplates what his future content will be.
Charlotte Dillon explains the nature of Headless WordPress on Netlify‘s blog.
Daniel Schutzsmith has launched a new WordPress-related newsletter – TinyPress.
Jodie Fiorenza from WebDevStudios explains what an omnichannel marketing campaign is.
As part of its Growth Fund, WPBeginner has just invested in Wisetr – the company behind WooFunnels.
Big Orange Heart has decided to slightly rebrand its remote events. They dropped #WPLDN in favor of #WPGLOBAL Upcoming events
This will be the fourth 24-hour WordFest Live, and the theme this time around –
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