Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. In this week’s News Drop we talk to Marcel Bootsman about his “Walk To WCEU” project, which will help raise money for DonateWC. Marcel will be walking 435 miles from the Netherlands to Berlin, and you can help support him via http://walktowc.eu or follow the project on Twitter with #walktoWCEU
Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. Webcomics are changing and so are webcomic themes for WordPress. In this week’s News Drop we chat with Jason Brubaker about his new Inkblot Ace theme. Unlike most webcomic themes, Inkblot Ace allows Patreon sponsors to be able to access comics without requiring a login or password. To learn more about Inkblot Ace, check out Jason’s full video here.
Doc Pop’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. In this week’s News Drop we have an in-depth conversation with Josh Pollock about React, Gutenberg, and his predictions for WordPress. Josh is the founder/lead-developer at Caldera Forms and a regular Torque contributor.
Doc’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. At DrupalEurope, one of the largest Drupal conferences in the world, Per André Rønsen and Marco Fernandes announced a new Gutenberg module in the works. When finished, this module will allow Drupal users to use a similar block based content editor as the upcoming on planned for WordPress 5.0. But that’s not all, the team also announced GutenbergCloud, which is an online repository for developers to share their custom Gutenberg blocks […]
WordCamp for Publishers is a two day conference for online publishers of any size. This year’s event was hosted in Chicago and was filled with talks about how agencies are helping publishers improve their workflow with Gutenberg, how to improve accessibility, and why paywalls may actually be good for the open web. I had a great time at the event and was lucky be able to interview many of the speakers throughout the week. We talked with Jake Goldman (10up), Chris Van Patten (Tomodomo), Jeannette Washington (Bearly Articulating), Mike Selander (Human Made), Libby Barker (Human Made), Jodie Riccelli (WebDevStudios), and […]
Did you miss this year’s WordCamp Europe in Belgrade, Serbia? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. We had a great time talking to some of our favorite WordPressers, and we’ve complited them into a playlist of interviews. Along with a recap of Matt Mullenweg’s WCEU talk, we chatted with Joost de Valk, Libby Barker, Karim Marucchi, Rian Rietveld, Tom Rankin, and Jenny Beaumont. There are some great interviews in there, so be sure to catch them all and let us know which ones are your favorites.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) released their Amazon Polly plugin, a text to speech tool, back in February. In June, they announced a huge new update which provides real time translation functionality to the Polly plugin. We attended the AWS Translate launch event at the Amazon Loft in San Francisco and managed to learn more about this powerful new tool. We chatted with Robin Dautricourt, Sr. Product Manager at Amazon Polly, Yoni Friedman, Sr. Product Manager at Amazon Translate, and Steven Word, Innovation Program Manager at WP Engine, about this powerful new WordPress plugin
WordCamp US was held over the weekend at the Philadelphia Convention Center in downtown Philly. The two-day event brought in attendees from all over the world and was chock-full of impressive sessions. Throughout the weekend, we were lucky enough to interview some of the attendees and speakers to talk about their WordCamp experiences. In this article, we’ve shared a few of our favorites, but you can see the full set of interviews here. Joost de Valk Joost de Valk is the founder and CEO of Yoast. Erica Varlese Erica Varlese is a happiness engineer at Automattic. Lisa Melegari Lisa Melegari is a […]
This month Torque turns three. Happy birthday!
We had a great weekend watching talks and chatting with WordPressers at WordCamp New York at the United Nations. While I was there, I was lucky enough to talk with some inspirational people about WordPress, open source, and the community. You can watch the entire set of videos, with Mikel King, Kari Leigh Marucchi, Sonja Leix, Vova Feldman, Jenny Wong, and more, on this YouTube playlist.