everything about WordPress 6.0, WordSesh schedule, ACF and block editor, and much more. This week:
Kinsta blog presents all the changes awaiting in WordPress 6.0.
Liam Gladdy shows how to use ACF with a block theme and a Query Loop block.
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WordSesh has just published its schedule. I highly recommend registering and getting a ticket as there is an abundance of great lectures.
Milana Cap via the Make WordPress has gathered all the essential information on the 6.0 version in one place.
You can now rewatch the webinar on using Multidev with Buddy . Mulitidev is quite a handy tool if you need to work on many features at the same time.
Yoast has proudly presented their current Leadership Team. Read on to check out the changes introduced.
Leonardo Losoviz forecasts the costs of WordPress joining the Block Protocol. He points them out quite precisely.
Astra celebrates its 5th birthday. In the article below you will find out what has changed in these 5 years.
If you are not yet familiar with ReplyBox , then you should know it’s a very good comments service. And now it has been purchased by James Kemp.
Jason Bahl’s project instructs how to replicate WordPress hierarchy with different headless clients using WPGraphQL. As for now, it includes Express, Faust, NextJS, and Remix.
Jeffrey Zeldamn from Automattic offers tips on how to make all team members feel needed, accepted, and understood.
WordCamp Europe website has released a tutorial that will hopefully guide beginners through Open Source and contributions.
The PHP Foundation has decided to interview new sponsored developers working on the core of PHP. Upcoming events
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Fran Agulto and Maciek Palmowski will show us how to combine Jamstack with WordPress by decoupling it and bringing it into the modern API-driven web landscape!
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