Jeffrey Pearce posted a time lapse video this morning that shows his upgrade work on a WooThemes theme called Listings. Pearce says the upgrade process took around one and a half hours of coding and testing to get it juuuuust right. See the ninety minutes condensed into just over five in the video above.
Michael Martine has announced that Headway 3.0 is ready to hit beta, and those with a developer’s license should keep their eyes open for an email about it. In the meantime, the above video walks you through the new Visual Editor from the Headway Team.
As the beta gets closer, Martine says they plan on releasing more videos featuring new enhancements. We’ll keep you updated.
Earlier today WooThemes released their highly awaited WooCommerce. The video above walks through the new plugin and what it has to offer. Do you think this video shows off the best parts of WooCommerce?
WordPress 3.3 isn’t that far away when you think about it, but really there’s still lots to do before it’s ready for release. A new addition, Admin Pointers, was committed within the past few days. Not long after the team over at Theme.fm decided to experiment and see just what could be done with this yet-to-be-released feature.
This slick video is a promotional one for Storefront Themes’ Insights plugin. Anyone following the blog for a while knows I’m a sucker for a well produced plugin or theme video, likely because by just watching it I can learn at least the basics about a given product.
What do you think of Storefront’s video?
This is a fun one: Tammy Hart presented her recap of WordCamp San Francisco at the Internet Professionals Society of Alabama (or IPSA) this week. She posted her slides in this video with a nice soundtrack behind it. A number of the facts and figures listed are from her notes from WordCamp San Francisco.
How effective do you think the video is? Does it do a good job of covering the best features of Gravity Forms, quickly?
Your day is about to be made complete. In this video Chuck, the SEO Rapper, raps about content management systems. He really likes WordPress.
You know, for a while there I was wondering just why I have spent so much time on WPCandy, and what it’s all for. Now I know.
Just the other day Thad Allender, the founder of Graph Paper Press, was interviewed on Mixergy by Andrew Warner. They discussed the start of Graph Paper Press, how it grew, and the freemium business model as well.