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.
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 →
More WordPress in the press – and the operative word is headless. We're covering a couple of big announcements today that are certain to have lasting impacts on the WordPress community. What's clear is that Automattic, the company that owns WordPress, seems to be listening intently to its users – and gearing up to challenge the headless CMS marketplace. Without further ado, (don't)... Read More →
There's nothing quite as sweet as ice cream on a hot summer's day. And speaking of hot, the last month has been a blaze of activity in the CMS and DXP markets. Grab something cold and we'll break it all down for you. The heatwave started with Contentful's $175 million investment round, making the headless unicorn the latest platform to broadcast a big money moment over the past 18 months. But... Read More →
Categories: Blogging Software, Cloud/Hosted Platforms, Content Management System
Hosting: Cloud, On Premise
License: Open Source