Build a Block Theme • Theme Performance Improvements * Interactivity API • Why Jazz?
This Week at WordPress.org (April 3, 2023)
Matt shares why WordPress releases are named after jazz musicians. The FSE block theme explores functionality gaps and gathers feedback on the Site Editor experience. WordPress 6.2 improves load times and server-side performance for block and classic themes. The Interactivity API proposal standardizes frontend interactivity for Gutenberg blocks.
Build a Theme, Time to First Byte, Jazz, and Interactivity API
🦸🏻♀️ Preparing for the Next Women & Nonbinary Release Squad
👷🏾 FSE Program Exploration: Build a block theme
🚀 WordPress 6.2 Performance improvements for all themes
🎷 Why Jazz?
🟦 Proposal: The Interactivity API – A better developer experience in building interactive blocks
👩🏻💻 WP-CLI v2.8.0 release date
- It’s Time to Plan Your WP20 Anniversary Celebration!!
- Personalised Coupon Codes for WordCamps
- Community Team Training #7: Community Team Roles Overview & Discussion
- WordCamp Mentors’ April check-in!
- Preparing for the Next Women & Nonbinary Release Squad
- What’s new in Gutenberg 15.5? (05 April)
- WordPress 6.2 Performance improvements for all themes
- Two Weeks in Core – April 3, 2023
- Preferred Languages: Help test the latest version
- Proposal: The Interactivity API – A better developer experience in building interactive blocks
- Community Meeting Recap (2023-04-04)
- A week in Openverse: 2023-03-27 – 2023-04-03
- Community Meeting Recap (28 March 2023)
- Openverse Monthly Priorities Meeting 2023-04-05
- Use of Code Generators Must Remain GPL Compatible
- Advance Notice of Retirement
- Plugin Review Team – 3 April 2023
- Proposal: Creating a WordPress Contributor Mentorship Program
- Discussion: Ending the Eternal September
- Hallway Hangout: Let’s chat about Moving to the Site Editor
- FSE Program Exploration: Build a block theme
- Test Team Update: 3 April 2023
- Next Steps for the Faculty Program
- Learn WordPress April 2023 Newsletter
- Proposal: Creating Learning Pathways for Learn WordPress
- Introduction to WordPress Development syllabus
- Meeting agenda for April 04, 2023
- What’s new on Learn WordPress in March 2023
- Using Block Patterns
- Add media and Openverse images to your content directly from the Inserter
- WordPress REST API – custom routes & endpoints
- Intro to the Site Editor and Template Editor
- How to use the WordPress Stylebook with your block theme
- How to validate content feedback for the WordPress Training Team
- WordPress 6.2 のアップデート内容を見てみよう！
- WordPress 6.2 のアップデート内容を見てみよう！
- Updating a blog’s design (Informal live stream) – Part 4
- WP dev livestream: WordPress request lifecycle
- The WordPress request lifecycle
- A Guide to Open Source and WordPress (Timezone 2)
- A Guide to Open Source and WordPress
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