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Milan Petrovic

Dev4Press in 2011: Year In Review

It is a last day of 2011, and I will try to summarize the last 365 days in the life of Dev4Press. But first, I would like to thank to all my faithful users that supported me and my projects over the years and I do my best to improve all my plugins and themes in the coming 2012.

Planned features for GD Products Center

First stable release for GD Products Center will be released in about a month from now, and the goal is to implement all the planned features that are listed in this post. This is not the final list, and things can change. For development after 1.0.0, many more features are in consideration.

GD Press Tools 4.3.2 Pro

Few days remain in 2011, and this is last release from Dev4Press in this year. Work on GD Press Tools Pro will resume later in January 2012. For new, this release brings several important changes and new features, better optimization for resource usage and number of bugs fixed.

GD bbPress Attachments 1.5.2

Minor update for GD bbPress Attachments plugin brings updated German and Serbian translations, updated readme.txt file, topic/reply admin side meta box shows attachments upload errors and plugin option for REL tag for images is expanded to allow adding of topic and reply ID.

Review of WordPress 3.3

New WordPress is here, and it is first major release in the past 3 years I have mixed feelings about. It has several interesting features for developers, but it doesn’t offer anything that important for most WordPress users, with a small drop in the overall performance on admin side.

Plugin: YOURLS WordPress to Twitter

There are many services to shorten links, including one supported by WordPress, but if you have a great short name domain, best thing to do is to have your own service to shorten links. And to power it, best solution available is YOURLS and its WordPress to Twitter plugin.

Monthly plugins resource usage testing

Earlier this month I have published test of 35 plugins and their impact on the loading of WordPress. Based on interest for that article, I will not stop there. Each month new tests with more plugins will be conducted to help users and to help developers to make better plugins.