Hi folks, here’s what August looked like at rtCamp.
Our QA team developed a Visual Automation framework, which ensures the overall look and feel of the website is maintained during migration and re-platforming projects. It’s developed using BackstopJS for streamlined pixel-by-pixel testing. Delve into details here. If you have specific QA needs, look through our full range of services.
We released Elementary, a block-based starter theme that’s easy to start building with, yet mature enough to serve as the basis for projects in the long term. While FSE & block themes are the future of WordPress, they are still nascent. Elementary is our effort to showcase the principles underpinning them. More details and how to get started.
Adding to our lineup of releases, we also started a blog series about personalization on WordPress. Check it out and let us know via the comments or social if there’s something specific you would like us to cover in subsequent posts.
News from Around the Web
- The survey by Kobiton, a market-leading mobile testing platform, projects software testing to enter a hyper-automation era. It shows a whopping 97% of the responders use automation in some form. Start a conversation with us to explore what Automated QA can add to your business.
- WooCommerce brings back Sandbox testing, allowing customers to easily take select extensions for a spin on a sandboxed site.
- As ServerPress, creator of the popular tool DesktopServer closes up shop, founder Marc Benzakein reflects on its 12-year run.
- Google rolls out helpful content update warning against search engine-first content. As the name suggests, the new classifier process aims to identify and reward people-first content.
- rtCampers are attending the WordCamp US, and Dreamforce 2022 events lined up this month. They should be easy to spot in their rtCamp t-shirts. Don’t hesitate to start a conversation!
- If you have interesting WordPress insights to share with the community, WordCamp Asia 2023 is on the lookout for speakers.
- WordPress Accessibility Day is happening on 2-3 November 2022. Apply to be a volunteer.
- The first ever Laracon India, the official Laravel developers conference has been announced to happen on 25-26 February 2023 in Bengaluru.
Popular on our #watercooler Slack channel.
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- Donut – Connect serendipitously for virtual coffee, peer learning, DEI discussions, and more
That’s all, see you next month!