September 19, 2019 — A world of structured data promises us an incredible future. But most websites struggle to even implement basic schema.org markup. Fewer still represent and connect their pages and content in sophisticated, structured graphs. We can’t reach that incredible future without increasing and improving adoption.
To move forward, we need to make constructing rich structured data as easy as writing a recipe. This isn’t a pipe dream: at Yoast, we think we’ve solved schema for everybody, everywhere. We’d love to share our story.
July 8, 2018 — WordPress has grown in more ways than we could have ever imagined, but what does the future hold? In his talk, Noel will make predictions about how our industry will change in 2019 and what it means for you and your business. From freelancers, agencies to product companies, there’s a lot going on you need to be aware of so that you can best plan for the upcoming year.
June 25, 2018 — Uma viagem guiada e detalhada ao sistema de hooks (filtros e acções) do WordPress, para ilustrar quais são os que existem no core e para o que podem ser usados. Também será abordada a questão de como criá-los e usá-los no nosso próprio código e quais são os principais pontos a ter em atenção, sejam eles no core, no nosso código, e em ambientes específicos, tais como multisite, ajax, e API.
February 16, 2018 — WordPress has grown from blogging tool, to flexible CMS to an application platform. As the web development world embraces micro-services, how does WordPress, which is normally implemented as a monolithic solution fit in and evolve? In this talk, I will look at what makes WordPress a good choice for application development, as well as where it is lacking. To put these questions in context, this talk will be framed around a case-study of a hybrid web app, built using WordPress and other tools including VueJS, Laravel and Amazon Web Services.
December 12, 2015 — Today, developers are well into embracing WordPress to enable the next generation of applications: creating rich native applications, powering home automation devices, supplying data to video games, and powering the data behind 3D applications.
With very few exceptions, much of these applications are widely unknown to a site owner in 2015. Similar to how custom post type functionalities are now well-known among the masses, what does the world look like when clients begin demanding these new possibilities? When developers start building them?
July 8, 2015 — This talk is on the current and future possibilities offered by the REST API in Jetpack and future WordPress versions for theme and plugin developers.