Ryan Mccue open-sourced (and lightly updated for 2021) his WordPress Media Library in React proof of concept. It’s humorously codenamed “Obscura,” and it might be useful for some people.
Corey Maass and Cory Miller go live to discuss the creation and launch of a WordPress product they have partnered to build. Crop.Express originated as a solution to a common problem Maass experienced. Miller loved the idea and wondered how to build this into a plugin to solve problems within the WordPress workflow. This is a candid conversation about the evolution of partnering to develop a WordPress product.
Leonardo Maldonado explains why he thinks why GraphQL is the future of APIs. Leonardo has another interesting post on how to write your first React hook.
Kim Parsell Memorial Scholarship returns to WCUS › Think like a platform again! › Leo Gopal on support for mental health in the community › WP Accessibility Day › Performance Lab 1.1.0 › The WordPress Way › Dropping jQuery for speed › More to WP than Headless and FSE for devs › and more…
With the React license change, Drupal is looking to adopt it.
Chris Hutchinson has ideas for a better WordPress. Imagine a world where WordPress is lean, fast, and efficient. In this world, WordPress has just one task: to manage your content. >And he lays out his ideas for what WordPress would look like. His list is largely what it actually looks like, minus the REST API…
Time to update, WordPress 6.1.1 is out! GitHub has made Codespaces available for 60 hours/month, and WordPress is exploring Core contribution integrations with
wordpress/wordpress-develop. It’s team rep nomination time too.