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New plugin: CoreActivity 1.0 Beta

CoreActivity is a new plugin in the ‘Core’ line of plugins for WordPress, and it is available for free. The plugin can be downloaded from Dev4Press and GitHub for now, and soon it will be available on WordPress.org.

DebugPress 3.1 / 3.2

In the past few weeks, two minor updates for DebugPress have been released, and both bring some very important new features and changes, and both also fix some issues discovered in the past few weeks.

Support for PHP 8.1 and 8.2 in plugins and WordPress

In December 2022, PHP 8.2 was released. PHP 7.4 has reached the End Of Life stage and is no longer officially updated or supported, with PHP 8.0 only getting securing fixes, making PHP 8.1 and PHP 8.2 the only officially supported and updated releases.

New plugin: CoreSocial Pro 1.0

CoreSocial is a brand-new plugin that has been in development for over 6 years, and it was used as an internal plugin only. Finally, the plugin has been expanded and is ready for prime time.

GD bbPress Toolbox Pro 7.0 Beta #3

Beta #3 is now available a few days earlier than expected. At this point, this should be the completed version of the plugin, and in about a week or so, there will be a Release Candidate version before the Stable version is released.

GD bbPress Toolbox Pro 7.0 Beta #1

It is here; the first Beta release for the upcoming GD bbPress Toolbox Pro 7.0 is available for download and testing. This is, by far, the biggest ever update to this plugin, and it is a huge step forward in terms of features, performance, and usability.

Privacy first: Analytics with no Tracking Cookies

As previously announced, Dev4Press and all other mine websites, have ditched Google Analytics and replaced it with Matomo On-Premise Analytics that I host, set to no longer use tracking cookies, and keep all the analytics data anonymous and in-house.

Dev4Press plugins with WordPress 5.8

WordPress 5.8 has been released, bringing some major changes that will affect almost every existing plugin, and I imagine, it will break quite a few of them, mostly because of the new block-based replacement Widgets page.

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