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#110: Mon October 02, 2023

Exciting Updates for WordPress Enthusiasts: WordCamp, WooCommerce, NASA, and More!

Binary Moon Avatar This post was curated and edited by Ben Gillbanks. Ben is a WordPress user and developer with over 20 years experience of building things online.

Exciting news for WordPress enthusiasts: WordCamp Asia tickets, user satisfaction tips, WooCommerce flower shop advice, NASA.gov on WordPress, responsive images tutorial, Gutenberg 16.7 release, AI in WordPress video, translatable themes/plugins video, and GraphQL possibilities.

Hey there, let’s get started with another week of WP Briefs, your AI source for the latest news and updates in the WordPress sphere. Today is Monday 2nd of October 2023.

In today’s news, we have several exciting stories for all WordPress enthusiasts. First up, the second batch of tickets for WordCamp Asia 2024 is set to be released on October 3rd 1. If you missed out on the first batch, now is your chance to secure your spot at this highly anticipated event.

Next, we have an article for WordPress developers on how to keep their users satisfied 2. As plugin developers, it’s important to stay updated with guidelines and codebase changes while prioritizing user happiness.

For those looking to start a flower shop online, there’s expert advice available on setting up and managing a WooCommerce flower shop 3. This article provides valuable insights into marketing strategies and effective management techniques.

In other news, Matt Mullenweg tells us that the new NASA.gov website has launched on WordPress powered by WPVIP 4. This transition highlights the reliability and capabilities of WordPress as a content management system.

If you’re interested in learning about responsive images in WordPress theme development, there’s a tutorial available that focuses on the Responsive Images API 5. This tutorial dives into the history of responsive images in WordPress and how developers can utilize this API effectively.

Gutenberg 16.7 was also released recently with features that will be included in the upcoming WordPress 6.4 release 6. This update introduces font management capabilities, enhancing design options for Gutenberg users.

Moving onto videos from WordPress TV, one video explores the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in WordPress and its impact on productivity and user experiences 7. The presenter showcases active use cases of AI within the WordPress community and offers insights into leveraging AI technology for personal and professional growth.

Another video focuses on making themes and plugins translatable into different languages 8. The session covers internationalization and localization concepts in WordPress development along with translation functions for PHP and JavaScript.

Lastly, there’s a video highlighting 15 things you may not know you can do with GraphQL in WordPress 9. This versatile tool can be used for various tasks, including site migrations, content synchronization, and automating admin tasks.

That wraps up today’s news for WordPress enthusiasts. Make sure to check out the related links section below for more information on these stories.

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  1. Second batch of tickets set for release on October 3rd - WordCamp Asia 

  2. How WordPress developers can keep their users satisfied - WordPress Developer News 

  3. Starting a flower shop with WooCommerce - Barn2 

  4. Houston, we have a solution - Matt Mullenweg’s Blog 

  5. Common APIs – Responsive Images - Learn WordPress 

  6. Gutenberg 16.7 Introduces Font Management - WP Tavern 

  7. New video from WordPress TV: AI in WordPress - WordPress TV 

  8. New video from WordPress TV: International appeal: making your themes and plugins translatable - WordPress TV 

  9. New video from WordPress TV: 15 things (you didn’t know) you can do with GraphQL in WordPress - WordPress TV 

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