Native support for AVIF is coming in WordPress 6.5. AVIF images can be up to 50% smaller than a JPG image with the same or better image quality. Can I use says there is about 89% browser support.
Colin Stewart @ make.wordpress.org• 1 week ago
Here is another good developer feature coming to WordPress 6.5, it is the merge of the Plugin Dependencies project. This provides a standard method for plugins to declare plugin prerequisites and is useful on plugin activation and deactivation.
Ronny Shani @ wptavern.com• 2 weeks ago
jQuery is getting a big update, as beta 4.0 is now in beta. This Tavern article is pretty far ranging and considers a lot of angles, and the point is … what? That WordPress doesn’t need it anymore but it will be included for legacy purposes?
Carlos Bravo @ make.wordpress.org• 2 weeks ago
WordPress 6.5 will include a new Interactivity API for developers. This merge announcement on the Make blog outlines the goals and provides some good background about how it is implemented. It looks like a solid addition that people will be able to build on.
Anastasiia Usichenko @ crocoblock.com• 2 weeks ago
The Crocoblock team shares the list of the best WordPress communites to join to stay up to date and follow new trends.
James Giroux @ wptavern.com• 2 weeks ago
What does Drupal, Joomla, TYPO3, and WordPress have in common? These CMS projects joined together to form an alliance to promote the open-web to legislative bodies around the world.
Torque Staff – torquemag.io• 2 weeks ago
Torque’s Plugin Madness starts in a few weeks and they are now taking nominations. The voting is done through bracket style pairings, so voting isn’t done by category. Here is the link if you want to nominate your favorite plugin.