Future of WordPress

Date(s) - 09/30/2016
All Day



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Around the time that WordPress surpassed the milestone of powering more than 25% of the web, Matt Mullenweg announced at WordCamp US a new JavaScript interface for WordPress.com sites (Calypso), and suggested that WordPress developers think about learning JavaScript.

Wait. What? WordPress 4.4 introduced new architecture for creating API endpoints, which is to pave the way for moving the WP API plugin into core. If all that sounds like gibberish to you, that’s fine, but the takeaway is that what we think about and how we use WordPress will change.

In this hour, Michael Schofield will talk about the Future of WordPress, and how that will — or has already — empowered libraries to make awesome things.

Biography ~ Michael Schofield
Michael Schofield (@schoeyfield) is a front end developer slash librarian specializing in interaction and user experience. He writes a ton and speaks at a variety of conferences about design triggers, responsive web design, lean code, content strategy, user engagement, and pushing the #libweb forward.


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