The folks at Modern Tribe have created a nice little demo of their Events Calendar Pro plugin, with a helpful twist. WP Shindig is a community calendar of all WordPress events across the world, that happens to use their plugin. This is a clever way to showcase what's happening in the WordPress community, and simultaneously showcase their product.
The Uber Media WordPress plugin upgrades the new WordPress Media Manager with support for third party services such as Flickr, Instagram, 500px and Dribbble out of the box. Fully integrated with WordPress you don’t even need to leave the Media Manager to authenticate with a third party service and start adding images to your site…
There’s a lot of moving and shaking in the WordPress community. Would a jobs thread here be beneficial? As a place where job seekers could post that they’re looking for work and / or available employers could post that they have positions available? I think a good method for this might be a “who’s hiring”…
WordPress 3.7.1 is out with eleven bug fixes. If you are already on WordPress 3.7 and you are eligible for auto-updates, they will start rolling out soon. If you want to find out if you’re eligible for auto-updates, you can install this plugin to see if you are, and why not if you aren’t.
It’s David Bisset‘s weekly WordPress podcast and video roundup! This week we have Ines van Dijk on Women in WP, An Event Apart on The ShopTalk Show, Heather Brunner on Content is for Closers, UX and design on WP Builds, Joe Casabona on the Tavern’s Jukebox, Josepha Chomphosy and Channing Ritter the WordPress Briefing, Syed Balkhi on The Gamechangers, and Dave Smith on key block editor features coming to WordPress 6.0.
Learning to develop a WordPress plugin doesn’t have to be difficult; you can start small and grow your skills over time
I’ve written an introduction to markdown as a language for writing for the web, and a look through the various tools available for crafting markdown’d content, split up by device.