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Tech Roundup Week Ending July 28

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Mike Demopoulos
WordPress 6.3 Release Candidate 2 – WordPress News WordPress 6.3 Release Candidate 2 is available for download and testing. It is currently under development and should not be installed on production or critical websites. It is scheduled for release on…
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Tech Roundup Week Ending July 21

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Mike Demopoulos
WordPress 6.3 to Introduce a Development Mode WordPress 6.3 will introduce a new development mode. This mode can be initiated by declaring the WP_DEVELOPMENT_MODE constant. It is not recommended for production sites. Possible values for WP_DEVELOPMENT_MODE include core, plugin, theme,…

Tech Roundup Week Ending July 7

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WordPress Dropping support for PHP 5 WordPress has announced that they will discontinue support for PHP 5 in the upcoming WordPress version 6.3, set to release on August 8, 2023. This decision implies that the new minimum supported PHP version…

Tech Roundup Week Ending June 30

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iThemes: Why WordPress Malware Scanners Are Worthless In a thought-provoking article recently published on iThemes, the effectiveness of WordPress malware scanners is critically examined. The article suggests these tools may not be as reliable as users hope, often failing to…

Tech Roundup Week Ending February 17

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https://wptavern.com/wordpress-6-2-beta-2-released-with-fixes-for-71-issues-and-important-performance-improvements-for-block-themes WordPress 6.2 Beta 2 has been officially released. The new update features improved code security, accessibility options, and even more user-friendly theme customization tools. With these changes, WordPress is making it easier for developers and non-technical users to create…

Version 0.8 of the GraphQL API…

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Dan Knauss

Version 0.8 of the GraphQL API for WordPress is now available. This is a big release with potential for “breaking changes,” so be careful if you are updating. In 0.8, the codebase was refactored to enable extensions, further satisfy the…

Footnotes #456

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Dan Knauss
Issue #456 “One of the marvelous things about community is that it enables us to welcome and help people in a way we couldn’t as individuals.” — Jean Vanier, Community And Growth Howdy! Thinking about WordPress history lately in terms…

DAVID’S PICKS Video Picks 📺 Here…

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Dan Knauss

DAVID'S PICKS Video Picks 📺 Here are David's video picks: 4 real client scenarios (GDPR compliant) who have adopted self-hosted CRM solutions to run their businesses.: Paul Tobey shares four real (GDPR compliant) scenarios with clients who have adopted self-hosted…

Renato Alves explains why GraphQL and…

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Dan Knauss

Renato Alves explains why GraphQL and WordPress work well together: "...to author a GraphQL API you only need a one-time effort.... and another advantage of using GraphQL is its ease of integration with multiple data sources." There are some downsides,…

Leonardo Losoviz explores why you might…

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Dan Knauss

Leonardo Losoviz explores why you might want to support "CMS-agnosticism" using the GraphQL API for WordPress plugin and the 91 PHP packages it contains. 📦

Dan Hacks compares REST with GraphQL…

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Dan Knauss

Dan Hacks compares REST with GraphQL and gRPC in this guide to each with their pros and cons. Dan shows how each would be used in the typical case of retrieving a user.

Mike Jolley explains how he created…

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Dan Knauss

Mike Jolley explains how he created a login system for a ReactJS app using WordPress and WP GraphQL. Mike described his work as: "a GraphQL mutation which accepts login credentials and logs users in using a custom cookie, and we’ve…

Leonardo Losoviz asks, should WordPress should…

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Leonardo Losoviz asks, should WordPress should have a GraphQL API in core? Would WordPress be better off with both REST and GraphQL APIs for developers to choose from? 💬 Tell us what you think or jump right into the discussion…
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