So far, 2016 has been a hip-hop year for WordPress because our community has several reasons to rejuvenate and rejoice. A few days ago, WooCommerce completed its first year after being acquired by Automattic, WordPress turned thirteen so, it is a teenager now, and once again we’re here to celebrate another great cause. But this time, it’s a double treat. The big news is:
With the right mix of minor to major functionalities, WordPress developers are building products for clients as well as for themselves. The most native procedure is, you develop a theme or a plugin locally and then host it somewhere. GitHub is that somewhere which has become a popular choice for most professional developers over the years. The fact about Git being preferred despite the WordPress core still using SVN for version control tells all the pros that are associated with it.
It’s been less than a month has WooCommerce has completed its first year after being acquired by Automattic. According to the most recent stats from BuiltWith, WooCommerce powers nearly 37 percent of all eCommerce website globally and has a current customer base of more than 14 million downloads. These mind-boggling stats have made one thing quite sure, that eCommerce is going to set new records for WordPress, and both will witness a tremendous growth in future. So, any recurring business which deals with eCommerce seems to have a progressive future.
One of the major components of a member-based website is that you reward badges and ranks to your users. This improves the interactivity of your profile. Through Ultimate Member, you can only setup a member-based site, but its functionality doesn’t allow you to reward your users. To cater this issue, the team at UM (Ultimate Member) offers an extension, whose purpose is to integrate the features of the myCred plugin with the Ultimate Member. The myCred plugin is a point management system which award points to the members of your site. But now you can enjoy its functionality within your member-based site […]