- Jetpack 3.7
- 2,172 out of 5,000 companies’ websites from the 2015 @inc5000 are in WordPress
- WordPress and HTTP/2 — What Developers Need to Know?
- WordPress Notification Center
The most important feature from release is the support for development sites. Now when you move your site (e.g. by cloning a staging site off of your production site or moving from staging to production), Jetpack detects the change and asks you what you’d like to do. Another interesting feature I noticed is a new Widget Visibility rule that allows you to show or hide widgets based on a page’s parent.
2,172 out of 5,000 companies’ websites from the 2015 @inc5000 are in WordPress
@inc5000 represents the yearly top of the 5000 fastest-growing private companies in America and more than 43% from these companies have chosen to use WordPress for their websites.
WordPress and HTTP/2 — What Developers Need to Know?
I found this very interesting article written by Ahmad Awais about the pain points for the front-end developers in order to make their work ready for HTTP/2. From my point of view it’s not just for HTTP/2, i think every developer should be familiar with minification, spriting, concatenation or sharding.
The complete article here.
WordPress Notification Center
This is a very good plugin if you want to have all the notifications in one place. It can be a good plugin to be included in the core as well because WordPress is missing a notifications page.
The plugin can be found here.