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Shiny New Releases

WordPress Core and Mobile Apps

ACF Pro 6.0 RC1 is out with improved performance for Repeater fields with large datasets, repeater pagination, and new generation of ACF Blocks, as well as a new plugin UI refresh.

Gravity Forms 2.7.1 Beta 1 has been released for testing. It’s got a redesigned setup wizard, a new built-in form template library, and a new form theme called “Orbital.” Block styling options are newly available as well. There’s also an additional anti-spam feature based on David Walsh‘s old JavaScript honeypot method.

Developers will appreciate the Gravity Forms 2.7 back end uses React, a component library, a React build system, and a number of NPM packages. Go ahead and use them in your own projects for compatibility across Gravity versions.

Back in June, Gravity Forms released the 1.0 for an Official Google Analytics Add-On that comes with a Gravity Forms Elite license. And in the new Stripe App Marketplace, grab the Gravity Forms app to get your form data inside the Stripe Dashboard. (The Gravity Forms Stripe App is available to any new or existing Gravity Forms customer with an active Pro or Elite license and the Stripe Add-On installed.)

Gravity Forms is a WordCamp US 2022 sponsor, and to celebrate the big event, they are offering a site-wide sale: 30% off ALL new Gravity Forms licenses. The sale runs Tuesday, Sept. 6th, through Tuesday, Sept. 13th, 11.59pm (ET).

ForGravity has released Legally Binding eSignatures for Gravity Forms.

SpinupWP has had some nice updates lately, and they’ve launched a really nice community forum space at community.spinupwp.com using Circlecircle.so.

Dollie 2.0 is two and a half years after its launch. Dollie bills itself as a “Cloud Platform Builder for the WordPress community” used by “hundreds of Agencies, product vendors and Website as a Service creators … to sell their cloud services under their own brand and domain.”

rtCamp‘s EasyEngine provides command-line control panel for Nginx Server to manage WordPress sites running on Nginx, PHP, MySQL, and Let’s Encrypt. Version 4.5.4 added complete custom Docker-Compose support. EE now supports multiple custom compose files and controls to enable/disable/restart custom compose services independently as well as in sync with site services. In addition to that, you can now add other services like ElasticSearch, Memcache, Nodejs, etc. to the site. Current (4.6.4) Release | Documentation | Github

Elementor 3.7 is out with a localizable workspace, a number scrubber for numeric values, a new ‘Exit to…’ location setting from the Editor, custom icons in additional widgets, and updates to the Flexbox Container experiment.

Metorik’s August update describes a number of improvements delivered and others in the works. Topping the list is very useful new reporting on Products frequently bought together.

Iconic is running a big discount on Flux Checkout for WooCommerce through September 15.

Kinsta has opened an Application and Database Hosting beta, as they seek to expand their offerings beyond WordPress.

Do the Woo 4.0 is just around the corner. BobWP explains builds suspense in this announcement.

Jeff Starr over at Perishable Press/Plugin Planet released Simple Ajax Chat Pro:

Built from the ground up using all the latest WP APIs and techniques, SAC Pro gives you unlimited chat forms displayed anywhere. Other chat plugins require signup with a 3rd-party service provider. SAC Pro is fully self-hosted so you can own your chats and eliminate needless dependencies.

The product page is here, and there are lots of tutorials here.

Atarim and MainWP have joined forces so you can use the multisite management tool inside the agency dashboard.