This week: Pandemic and WordPress Community, LearnDash Cloud, Advanced Custom Fields, and more.
Travis Weston from Alley instructs how to get started with testing using the Mantle TestKit.
In WP Minute Andrew Palmer describes potential collaborations between companies operating in the WordPress ecosystem.
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.
LearnDash Cloud has just launched. It will significantly reduce the number of problems related to the technical aspects.
The redesign of the WordPress.org homepage has finally taken off. Though delayed, it’s a welcome change that will step by step make the page look nicer.
Daniel Mendoza shows how to create your own panel for managing servers based on SpinupWP using Laravel, Inertia.js, and the SpinupWP API.
We conducted an interview with Greg Ziółkowski. He tells us how he started his adventure with WordPress and what he thinks about the whole ecosystem.
Anders Norén has released a new block theme called Poe.
Matt Shaw’s introduction to Advanced Custom Fields is a valuable read even for the well-versed in the topic.
Brian Gardner shows how to use Gutenberg blocks to create a reference section.
Ryan Sullivan from SiteCare talks about managing hundreds of WordPress pages concurrently in this ready-to-watch webinar.
On his website, Brian Gardner presents his new theme – Bright Mode. And bright it is.
Grzesiek Ziółkowski has announced that WordPress packages on npm will be synchronized with bi-weekly releases, and not with the new plugin versions only.
Ellipsis has initiated a “weather forecast” for WordPress. It will let us know whether our ecosystem is developing or shrinking.
Would you like to help organize the next WordCamp Europe ? If so, here’s your chance.
WordCamp Asia announced the Call for Speakers. If you want to share your knowledge at the largest WordPress event in Asia – this is your chance. Upcoming events
In this webinar,
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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