WordCamp para Desarrolladores Sevilla 2019 took place a few weeks ago (October 4th-6th) in Seville (Spain) with a total of 256 attendees. This was the first WordCamp for developers ever organized in Spain! We are grateful and excited to have been a part of this.
Hacktoberfest is here again! 🎃 This year, the month-long virtual event to celebrate open source software is run by DigitalOcean and DEV.
We are happy to announce that the Twenty Nineteen WordPress theme is now available as a free Frontity theme! 🎉
WordCamp Europe 2019 (#WCEU) took place last week (June 20-22nd) in Berlin with a total of 2,734 attendees from 97 countries. This was the largest WordCamp in history!
Today, we’re incredibly excited to introduce Frontity 1.0 to the world! 🎉
» Frontity Framework v1 Release Candidate shipped!
We are really happy to announce that today we shipped the release candidate for Frontity v1! 🎉
We’re thrilled to announce that today we released the first Frontity framework beta! 🎉
These last months have been pretty intense here at Frontity. Back in March we decided to discontinue the development of our mobile theme for WordPress publishers (also known as Frontity PRO) to place all our focus on Frontity.org: an open source framework to build WordPress themes with React.
A couple of months ago, Google announced a big change in how they report URL performance in Search Console (clicks, impressions, average position and average CTR). In this post, I will explain you what this change is all about and what it means for SEOs.