Kinsta is doubling in size every 10 months.
Nice to see Brian Coords getting involved with the WP Notifications feature plugin project — otherwise known as WP-Notify (Github). He’s calling for testing and feedback on the proof-of-concept at this point. You can click this link and immediately spin up a test environment with the plugin installed at InstaWP — thanks to Ross Wintle…
WordPress 5.9.1 released. REST or AJAX? Plugin dependency feature plugin. Testing, security, new themes and CSS standards. PHP benchmarks and more.
Kevin Ohashi does the best WordPress hosting technical analysis out there. He’s just come out with his 2016 benchmarks, which are the culmination of months of testing twenty six companies, across six price tiers, with five different methodologies. In addition to his main post, which then links out to various tier-based tests, he also has…
Carlo Daniele has a developer’s guide to WordPress’s Twenty Seventeen Theme on the Kinsta blog. Carlo shows customizing the front page header, adding more sections to the front page, adding custom SVG icons to the Social Icons menu, and animating front page scrolling.
Brian Jackson shared some data from the analysis of 13 billion log entries from thousands of WordPress sites hosted on Kinsta servers. There are a lot of valuable and fascinating takeaways summarized at the end. One surprise: “Windows 98 is still kicking strong somewhere.” 🏚️
Kinsta Replay Brian Jackson reflects on the past year with Kinsta as it scaled to become a global WordPress hosting platform. Brian has some previews on what to expect in 2020 too. 🌏 12.7+ billion HTTP requests and 519+ terabytes of data moved through Kinsta’s servers in 2019.