We started 2022 on a happy note delivering to our client, Summer Works, a new scalable and high-performance website with some interesting custom Gutenberg development. You can read more about our work with Summer Works here.
Along with the project launch, we celebrated the release of WordPress version 5.9 Josephine. WordPress 5.9 is the 24th major release in a row that a rtCamper has contributed with code.
If you like working with open-source technologies to build excellent solutions, we are hiring!
- With the latest WordPress 5.9 release, the full-site editor (FSE) is now part of WordPress core. It was also shipped with Twenty Twenty-Two, a new default FSE compliant theme.
- WooCommerce aims to produce MVP of Custom Tables by Q3 of 2022. This is a long awaited feature in WooCommerce and will have significant gains for e-commerce stores using WooCommerce.
News from Around the Web
- WP Engine has acquired Frost – a Full Site Editing theme. Frost theme is now a freely distributed, open source Full Site Editing theme.
- Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) released their year in review for 2021. The report shares a good stock taking of how browsers have adopted HTTPS deployment which now has become ubiquitous on the web.
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- How Amazon’s Prime Video updates its app on over 8000 device types
- Learn X in Y minutes
- How-to: Accessible heading structure
That’s all, see you next month!