This week: #FiveForTheFuture, WP + Eleventy, another WPDrama, new interview and much more…
Cameron Jones explains why he isn’t sold on Five For The Future. It’s hard to disagree with his words, because while I like the idea very much, its implementation leaves a lot to be desired.
Dana Byerly has created a great two-part tutorial about how to connect WordPress with Eleventy.
Matt Mullenweg decided to unleash another #WPDrama – this time in a comment on the new WordPress.org site design. It’s worth reading and forming your own opinion.
On the other hand, this is another proof that WP needs changes in project management.
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Adam Zieliński shows how to create an application that uses Gutenberg Data. Such guides are missing in the documentation.
Ross Wintle explains why he doesn’t use WordPress for simple websites. He also shows what he uses instead of WP.
An interview with
Denis Žoljom about his adventure with WordPress has been published on WP Owls.
Rich Tabor shows how to use fluid typography in block themes.
Pagely announced a partnership with Object Cache Pro and shared data that shows how much their customers will benefit from it.
If you want to take part in creating a new edition of the default WordPress theme (or you just want to see what it looks like), you can download code from the repository.
Atarim has just launched integration with MainWP. Thanks to it, you will not have to switch between applications to have constant access to the required data.
Matt Shaw on the Delicious Brains blog shows how to move your website from HTTP to HTTPS.
20i has just launched a tool with which we will be able to manage all our WordPress sites in one place.
Microsoft announced the general availability of WordPress as part of the Azure App Service. Until now, this service was only available as part of Public Preview. If you like this edition, don't forget to share it.