Trey Huffine has a nice recap of some of the most important frontend news of 2018. React, jQuery, Angular, and Vue round out the top four downloads for popular frontend modules. React continues to dominate by this measure. 📊
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…
If you’re looking to get started in React with a simple “starter project” you might want to check out this React Starter Project Search Tool with over 60+ React starter projects.
Dan Abramov, a Facebook engineer on the React team, lists all of the things he does not know. It’s great to see a well-known software engineer make it clear you do NOT have to know everything, even in your particular programming niche. It’s still OK to look up a lot of things and continue using older…
Share your feedback about how to improve the Five for the Future contributor journey. Check out work underway on how to make interactive blocks easier to build, and take a walkthrough of layout classes in WordPress 6.1. It’s time to start planning; how will you celebrate WordPress’ 20th birthday?
Also from 10up: a React and Node driven version of Twenty Sixteen that I haven’t gotten deep into yet, but I’m pumped to learn more.
Post Status Draft is a podcast about WordPress news and events hosted by Brian Krogsgard and Joe Hoyle. This week we discuss plugin and theme language packs, Trac gardening, and using React for WordPress.