I was curious what AMP would do to the performance of an average blog post on my site, so I ran a series of tests with AMP for WordPress (0.6.2) versus just a cached post served via Cloudflare.
While large parts of my WordPress timeline have been outdoing themselves in climbing the Gutenberg lately, there’s been stuff happening around Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages of which a nagging feeling keeps telling me I should come to grips with now, or I might not have a profession in a year or two. If you have a minute,… Read more AMP and WordPress will scale performance on the web for millions of users, hate it or love it
WordPress 4.9.4 is the first minor release of WordPress in over four years […] where not all users will be receiving an automatic update. This isn’t by choice – a bug went undetected during the 4.9.3 development cycle, and was only discovered hours after 4.9.3’s release. The bug causes a PHP Fatal error to be… Read more WordPress update gap
You may have heard about “the next billion internet users”, however, I love how Tal Oppenheimer doesn’t focus on “next”, but includes all people on the internet in general when she talks about “Building for billions on the web”. Here’s a short list extracted from her talk at Google I/O 2016. I’m posting this in… Read more Building for people