10 Years WordPress Infographic (wpengineer.com) What began as a small blogging software b2 10 years ago, has evolved within a decade to the largest and most important Content Mangagement System (CMS) and blogging tool in the world.
MarketPress.com celebrates this birthday with an infographic.
Is Automattic Worth More Than Tumblr? (wpdaily.co) With the recent news of Tumblr being purchased by Yahoo! for $1.1 billion dollars there have been a ton of comparisons between that purchase and many other blogging services. Naturally, WordPress has been among those comparisons.
Test Your Plugins with RTL (pippinsplugins.com) Right-To-Left languages are those that start on the right and move to the left, in terms of word order and letters. By default, WordPress runs in Left-To-Right mode, but there are thousands and thousands of WordPress users that read RTL.
Building a WordPress-powered web app (open.qz.com) Josh Kadis from Quartz gave a brief talk during the VIP Developer Workshop on how they ran into a few unexpected issues during development and there weren’t a lot of examples of WordPress-powered web apps to guide them.
How To Customize The BuddyPress Activity Loop (wpmu.org) The BuddyPress activity loop shows every kind of BuddyPress activity by default. However, the activity loop wasn’t meant to be a one-size-fits-all arrangement. In fact, the BuddyPress core developers have made it possible for you to filter the loop using a number of specified parameters.