AppCommunity allows AppPresser customers to create a social mobile app for their WordPress website. AppCommunity users can post activity updates, photos, create friendships, send private messages, join groups, etc. It works with BuddyPress using the WP-API to sync your website with the app.
Not shocking, but a statistic worth noting nevertheless: Mobile and tablet internet usage exceeds desktop for first time worldwide.
WordPress success stories are great, but this time, you’re going to read about a failure. It’s about the Speed Booster Pack plugin and the depressing, constant decline of its active installs.
MeetWP is launching in a few short days. MeetWP is an online WordPress Meetup with WordCamp/Meetup style presentations presented like a podcast. The site will include a chat and other features for social interactions. The first guest will be BuddyPress lead dev and Automattician John James Jacoby.
I was reminded recently of this WebPageTest tool that helps compare two mobile sites in a frame-by-frame manner to determine what is being loaded and how quickly (or slowly). The cool part is that you can create a video from the filmstrip and share it! I noticed this while reading a tweet from Marcus Hellberg…
WordPress 4.3, “Billie”, has been released. Billie includes four major user-facing features that most website owners will experience on a semi-regular basis, and many other enhancements, bug fixes, and developer features.
Don’t miss your opportunity to visit Boston for the second iteration of A Day of REST, a conference exclusively devoted to teaching you about the WordPress REST API.