The team at Kinsta has bounced back with a long-awaited yet a much-needed feature. Kinsta now allows you to manage a multi-user access in your hosting account. If you run a business or manage large projects then I’m sure you are very well aware of the importance of working in a multi-user environment.
Hosting companies have changed a lot over the past years — especially the ones dealing with WordPress websites. A few years back, when the number of WordPress websites started multiplying, a certain gap was created in the hosting market.
This gap was filled by a new kind of hosting based companies — the one specializing the needs of WordPress website customers. These companies, later on, formed a unique niche of hosting called Managed WordPress Hosting.
While searching for some neat and performant multi-purpose theme for one of my side projects, I came across this incredible multi-purpose theme – Noor. With 30+ demos, it provides tons of features including seamless integration with WPML, AMP support, lazy load, and RTL languages support. I was quite overwhelmed to encounter this theme, so I decided to give it a try and it was worth it.
🎉 Excited to release the create-guten-block toolkit today. In this post, I am going to share what is create-guten-block (cgb), what is the motivation & philosophy behind building this dev-toolbox, and the story of how I am releasing it to the public after ~200 commits and ~90 version releases.