How was everyone’s Monday? Getting back into the swing of things or completely exhausted after a long weekend? I have to say I have a little bit of both personally. I’m sure the developers of the new and updated plugins or themes are feeling a bit wiped. I’m sure the work was worth it so they could share the following with the WordPress community. Let’s give them some props today. Shall we?
For those of you who have the WordPress of iOS app on their favorite iOS device, you might want to go check the AppStore. There are some updates for your (well my) favorite mobile blogging app. This is the first small release since the 3.3 release and should fix a lot of those issues that have caused the app to crash. Here’s the update from the AppStore:
Happy WordPress Sunday! Today’s theme (pun intended) is new. Since Sunday is the the beginning of a new week, we user in some new themes and plugins. Congrats to those who made last week a productive one and were able to get these babies submitted to the theme directory and plugin directory. Everyday I prepare these lists, I get a kick out of some of the descriptions. Jellyfish Counter Widget one of my favorites so far: Great for tracking totals, not for counting jellyfish. Here’s the full list of the new themes and plugins for today:
Somebody has a birthday today! Who? The Daily Theme & Plugin Roundup, that’s who! We have published the plugin, theme roundup each day for a week now. We make sure to share with you all of the plugins and themes that have are new or have been updated each day. Here’s what has been happening today:
Does everyone know what time it is? Audience ( “Roundup Time” ). That’s right! WP Daily is proud to present, Daily Theme & Plugin Roundup! (cheese, I know) It has been a pretty awesome week for me and I hope it has been for you. I’m sure it is for these developers. Way to end out your week guys and gals!
Another day and yet another Daily Theme & Plugin Roundup! It seems that quite a few developers were busy!
Comments – they are the lifeblood of any great community-centric blog. Managing them, curating them, editing and spamming them is all a part of the process. As a result, choosing the best management system is very important. That’s probably why I really enjoy using the WordPress apps on my iPhone and iPad and the feature highest on my list of “likes” is the comments. It’s way simpler to use than having to launch your site in your browser, possibly have to log in, navigate to Comments and then reply. Now I do like the new addition of the comments in […]
One of the new features of WordPress 3.5 that probably has developers most excited about is the addition of Backbone.js and Underscore.js to WordPress core. I am especially excited to learn how it will be utilized and hopefully extended and built on top of. Adding a MVC (Model, View Controller) framework like this to WordPress is helping the cause to consider it as a true web framework and able to build web applications on top of it. I’m sure that will make Tom very happy and I’m sure he’s prepping some blog posts to help explain more (perhaps):