Have you considered switching to headless WordPress, or have you already jumped into open source and want to know it’s current and future state?
In today’s episode, we’ve compiled remarkable discussions with some of our developer guests on gaining more market share, the advantages of self-hosted solution, how WordPress can lead the open source space, and transitioning to a headless WordPress.
What to Listen For:
- [00:01:50] Is the WordPress space truly open-sourced?
- [00:05:05] What is open-source software?
- [00:07:17] Hear out Matt Giovanisci of moneylab.co
- [00:12:10] The Money Lab podcast
- [00:14:55] Will WordPress continue to lead the open source space?
- [00:17:00] The top 10 Million sites and their market share.
- [00:20:14] WordPress.com vs WordPress.org
- [00:21:35] Is WordPress.com more profitable when it comes to gaining market share?
- [00:22:49] How do you prevent spreading hate using an open source platform?
- [00:24:19] What are the advantages of a self-hosted solution?
- [00:27:55] Using a little slice of platform vs creating your own platform to fit your own sourcing needs.
- [00:29:25] Cheapest hosting plans and free hosting accounts.
- [00:31:38] Pure WordPress vs headless WordPress
- [00:34:10] Developers should build frameworks and tools to make it easier to move to headless WordPress.
Listen to the full episodes:
- E62 – Is the current model of open-source contribution sustainable?
- E16 – Jar Jar on masterfully experimenting with WordPress (Matt Giovanisci, Moneylab)
- E30 – Qui-Gon Jinn on eclipsing 33% of the web (Joost de Valk, Yoast and WordPress)
- E37 – Going open-source or closed platform
- E72 – Travis Pastrana on leading the charge on headless WordPress (Scott Bolinger, AppPresser)