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We have a chance to talk about her transition to Automattic, a bit around the space of subscriptions and, of course, her active role in support at WooCommerce as a Happiness Engineer.
Alex has helped dozens of WooCommerce product builders and he has seen it all. Alex has a pulse on this space and a lot of great insights to share.
When you ask a developer on the show who is passionate about what they do, well, it literally takes a deep dive into the topic. This was the case when we invited Geoff Taylor, from XWP and developer of WooGraphQL.
When you get a couple of agency owners from the WordPress space who have been around for awhile, you may or may not be surprised the deeper dive you end up with around WooCommerce, WordPress and Open Source.
Latest WooCommerce News
Recapture brings brings an abandoned cart and email marketing solution to Nexcess WordPress Managed Hosting.
As we are on the brink of Black Friday, WooCommerce 4.7 is a smaller release that focuses on compatibility and stability. Most of the updates in this one are simply fixes.
I recap the latest WooCommerce community chat where we learned about updates on developer resources, core, admin and blocks.
State of the Woo covered the growth of WooCommerce in the past year and improvements to the platform as well as what is around the corner for the Woo builder community.
You can now collect and manage your subscription payments with WooCommerce payments.
In this release of WooCommerce you will find updates to the Admin and Blocks as well as some other fixes.
Profiles in Woo
Morgan Hvidt, Founder and Developer at Puri. I develop plugins mostly for WooCommerce and I’m currently playing around with automation for WooCommerce.
Judd Dunagan, founder and president of Bright Vessels. I build and design WooCommerce stores and started with WooCommerce in 2013.
Manos Psychogyiopoulos, Head of Product at SomewhereWarm. I build products for WooCommerce and starting using WooCommerce in 2011.
Igor Benić, Developer at Grow Development. I develop and maintain several WooCommerce plugins and started with WooCommerce in 2014.
The Builder Blog
As a builder you may be looking for a creative way to repurpose content for your own blog.
A look at the ongoing efforts to build up the developer resources at WooCommerce and keeping it updated.
Whether you think an eventual sale for your plugin down the road will happen, this tip will help you if it does.
Whether it’s a physical or virtual product you sell, instructions and documentation matter.