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Welcome back to our monthly roundup! Here’s what’s been up with us and the community lately.
For the last month, we’ve been working on quite a lot of enhancements and bug fixes to improve the experience with Frontity and ensure it remains reliable. Here are a few highlights:
- We made some improvements to the Frontity Embedded Mode plugin to make it more secure and easier to use.
- We migrated
- Added an
--analyzeoption to the
buildcommands to generate HTML files for bundle analysis.
- Modified the
frontity createcommand so that it generates a
tsconfig.jsonfile and adds dev dependencies to
See the full release notes for more information on what’s new.
We’re also happy to announce new documentation, featuring:
- Guide to Redirections with Frontity
- Docs for the
- Docs for the Frontity Embedded Mode implementation
- Guide to Link Prefetching
Zakir Sajib built the Prairie Health Blog with Frontity, an interesting project to make mental healthcare more accessible: blog.prairiehealth.co.
Portfo is a new, creative Frontity Portfolio Theme created by JS Template. According to their authors, this theme is a great option for developers, designers and content writers who are looking to promote their services and showcase their work. Learn more about it here.
These are some other awesome websites made with Frontity that popped up in our radar lately:
Last month we spoke with Javier Serrano, CTO at Diariomotor, on how they migrated to Frontity and the benefits they’ve have gained from using the framework. So far, Frontity has allowed their team to:
- Reduce web development and maintenance workloads
- Have independent cache invalidation strategies, impacting positively both on performance and on the server load
- Improve the Core Web Vitals metrics.
Hop on over to the Diariomotor Case Study to know more. 📚
The DevRel team made some improvements and updates to the Frontity Forum User’s Guide to help you understand how the forum is organized, and how to get the most out of it when asking for help. Check it out here.
CoderOne made a detailed video on how to create a WordPress website using React and Frontity.
Lax Mariappan also published a series of videos about Frontity which can be found in his Youtube channel.
As part of the WordPress Mega Meetup which took place last month, Anne McCarthy gave a comprehensive presentation on Full Site Editing and what is coming in WordPress 5.8.
CC Search to join WordPress.org: Matt Mullenweg announced the acquisition of Creative Commons Search, which will soon be part of WordPress.org.
That’s all for now! As always, feel free to share your questions and projects in the community forum. We love hearing from you.