This is Malcolm Peralty here from PressTitan and this is The WP Minute, Episode 54
Over on Twitter, I found out that BuddyPress 4.0 will contain full REST API support for groups, activity, and members components and partial support for messages, profile fields and notifications.
BuddyPress is a community tool for WordPress that lets you build out your own Facebook-like community site. And the REST API support is something that has been growing in WordPress core. What does this all mean? Well, a full API would mean developers can extend these things in whatever programming language you want.
Gutenberg 3.9 introduces reusable and exportable templates for multiple blocks. Over on WPTavern, an article highlights the new functionality that can be found in Gutenberg. I think this is an interesting development and can’t wait to see what the first real release version of Gutenberg looks like when it comes out with WordPress 5.0 later this year.
Have you ever had issues uploading an image to your WordPress website? Kinsta has a post that walks through why that happens and how you can fix it. They provide twelve steps that will likely rectify the issue but of course, it won’t happen often, if ever, if you have a good web host.
That’s it for today’s WP Minute, thank you all for watching.