It’s resource time and here’s the August round up that left a plethora of responsive and HTML5 resources, like a responsive grid with golden proportions, HTML5 Boilerplate 2, fluid width videos, images and even responsive sliders. Read on!
The last hot topic on the WordPressverse is the story of WooThemes forking the codebase of JigoShop. Good, bad or just business?
WordCamp San Francisco is the main conference of developers, users and fans about WordPress. This year, WordCamp SF had a massive number of 51 incredible speakers, with some of them even throwing two conferences, like @nacin and @Otto42. Here’s a round up of the slides shared by the speakers.
WordPress 3.2 available in the USA independence day. Good timing for a software that brought freedom of expression to the world.
pressfs is a WordPress Filesystem created by Joseph Scott, that exposes content stored in your WordPress site as a filesystem.
eBay agreed today to buy Magento, the impressive suite of e-commerce.
WordPress Development posted their plans for 3.2 version: MySQL 5 & PHP 5.2 required, no IE6 support for Admin and new writing interface.
Yes boys & girls! WordPress 3.1 has been released! we can now enjoy archives for CPTs, custom fields queries and more!
A while ago, ILC posted a list of some interesting alternatives to Basecamp for project management. A lot of readers posted their favorite applications and some of their own start ups on project management. So here’s a follow up list of the 20 hottest web applications for project management.
Google announced today that they are dropping support for H.264 video codec in Chromium, the open source project in which Chrome is based.