WordPress CMS started in 2003 with a single bit of code to enhance the typography of everyday writing and with fewer users than you can count on your fingers and toes. Since then it has grown to be the largest self-hosted blogging tool in the world, used on hundreds of thousands of sites and seen by tens of millions of people every day.
Forks up! We've got one more slice of news as we leave November in the rearview. Along with the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S., it was a month full of "stuffing" at the CMS and DXP table. We shared the Postman "State of the API" report, which further cemented the global trend towards an API-first digital era. We also covered Kontent by Kentico's continued efforts to transform headless CMS... Read More →
Rarely does a week go by without a noteworthy update from WordPress, the heavyweight champion of CMS platforms. Much of the recent focus has been on enhancing the Gutenberg framework and providing users of the open source platform – which powers roughly 64 million websites – with a stable and rewarding experience. Gutenberg, known in some circles as the “WordPress block editor,”... Read More →
Ah, the bliss of early autumn. Can you feel it in the air? As September ends and nature's majestic foliage blooms across the Northern hemisphere, our editorial staff is catching its collective breath. It's been a summer like no other, with a pandemic still stoking uncertainty in most parts of the world. But one thing is still certain: digital transformation is exploding – and shows no signs... Read More →
Categories: Blogging Software, Cloud/Hosted Platforms, Content Management System
Hosting: Cloud, On Premise
License: Open Source