Home | News | WP Tavern (page 2)

WP Tavern

WooCommerce Custom Product Tables Plugin Now in Beta, Boasts 30% Faster Page Loads

WooCommerce is celebrating its 10th anniversary this week. Over the past decade WooCommerce has grown to become a dominant player among e-commerce solutions on the web. E-commerce Usage Distribution stats from BuiltWith currently rank WooCommerce as the most commonly used platform for stores in the top 1 million sites. Performance and scalability were the main focuses for the WooCommerce development ...

Read More »

New WordPress Feature Plugin Adds Support for Progressive Web Apps

WordPress contributors are working on getting support for Progressive Web Apps (PWA) into core. A new PWA feature plugin is now available on WordPress.org, spearheaded by the teams at XWP, Google, and Automattic. Progressive Web Apps are applications that run on the web but provide a speedy app-like experience inside a mobile browser. Google describes them as having the following ...

Read More »

WordCamp Europe 2018 Draws 2,085 Attendees, Organizers Look Ahead to 2019 in Berlin

photo credit: WCEU Photography Team WordCamp Europe closed out a successful event in Belgrade with 2,085 attendees from 76 countries. More than 800 others joined via livestream for a total audience of nearly 3,000 participants. A record-setting Contributor Day kicked off the event, followed by two days of conference sessions and workshops from 65 speakers. A team of 54 organizers ...

Read More »

WPWeekly Episode 323 – Recap of WordCamp Grand Rapids and A Gutenberg Road Map

In this episode, John James Jacoby recaps his trip to WordCamp Grand Rapids and shares his experience. WordCamp Grand Rapids had a strong focus on tools, plugins, and themes and by all accounts, was a successful event. We discussed Matt Mullenweg’s Summertime update, the roadmap for merging Gutenberg into core, and what comes after Gutenberg. We shared our thoughts on ...

Read More »

Video: A Quick Introduction to Gutenberg and the New WordPress Block Editor from LinkedIn Learning

Although WordPress developers and professionals have been inundated with Gutenberg news for more than a year, there’s a whole wide world of users who will learn about the project for the first time when 4.9.8 includes a “Try Gutenberg” prompt in the admin. If you haven’t been following the news closely and are wondering what all of this Gutenberg talk ...

Read More »

Video: Matt Mullenweg’s Summertime Update At WCEU 2018

Sessions from WordCamp Europe 2018 are making their way onto WordPress.tv , including Matt Mullenweg’s Summertime Update . In the video, Mullenweg shares the progress that’s been made on Gutenberg, WordPress core development, a Gutenberg road map for including it into core, and what to expect after WordPress 5.0 is released. Be sure to watch the video to the end ...

Read More »