Matt Cromwell shares the people and projects he's most interested in following in 2018. It's a good list — much more thorough than what you normally see.
WP Rollback is a new free plugin by WordImpress that makes switching to a specific version of a plugin easy. As Matt Cromwell (of WordImpress) noted on WP Tavern, incremental updates on a complex plugin like WooCommerce could be easily done with WP Rollback, and is a great sample use case.
Tom Willmot on the Challenges and Opportunities Facing Enterprise WordPress • Tom Lach on the costs of rapid growth — It’s not for everyone • The Future of GiveWP and the Block Editor • Evolving Edupack — and Sunsetting It • and more…
This week I sat down again with Eric Karkovack to talk about the WordPress stories and topics that are on the top of our minds. Independently, we made nearly the same selections. There’s a single throughline in this episode — what works, what doesn’t, and what will take WordPress businesses forward in the product, agency, and hosting spaces.
Has your WordPress company been acquired? You’re not alone.
Matt Cromwell shows us how to enqueue scripts only when a widget or shortcode is present. Useful if you don’t want something like a stylesheet to be enqueued EVERYWHERE regardless of whether it’s being used on the page or not.
The journey to GiveWP 3.0 is well underway — an open, iterative development process that fully embraces WordPress’s Gutenberg block editor. Give cofounder Matt Cromwell and development director Jason Adams share what they’ve learned so far.