WordPress and some of the most well-known names within the ecosystem had a productive month, and here we come with some insights and news that will sure have an impact on the long-term development of this community. So, here are the April’s top WordPress stories: News & Updates Community News At the beginning of April, WooCommerce released a major update from version 2.7 to WooCommerce 3.0, also known as the Bionic Butterfly, who has been rolling out in beta since December 2016. This important update includes interesting new features and some important improvements to the product gallery, such as: A brand new product gallery and logging system New Command Line Interface and Rest API v2 Performance improvements Improved CRUD classes (objects and data-stores) BuddyPress Survey Report BuddyPress has published the results from their 2016 Survey that performed between November 1st, until December 31st, 2016 and comprised information from more than 300 WordPress Developers and Site Builders. There are several interesting information on this study, starting from the use of BuddyPress which proved for the fourth year in a row that users install the plugin on their own site (62%),
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