WP News: Progressive Web Apps, iOS 14 Privacy & More

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Here's what's new in the world of WordPress : The popular Plugin Gravity Forms gets an update, the WordPress community discusses Google's FLoC solution and this is how you use the Figma WordPress Design Library. In our magazine, we show you all about Progressive Web Apps and the new iOS 14 privacy and give insights on how Caspar Hübinger is driving internationalization for us. Happy reading! 😌

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Progressive Web App WordPress

Progressive Web Apps with WordPress: Benefits and Limits

Our agency partner giftGRÜN built a Progressive Web App (PWA) with WordPress for the University Hospital RWTH Aachen, which supports the onboarding of new employees. We talked to Patrick Heinker about the pros and cons of PWAs versus websites and native apps. Learn more

SEA Search Engine Advertising

SEA campaigns with Google Ads: How to succeed

Ads on Google & Co. are an important building block for your marketing. But for many, Search Engine Advertising (SEA) is a book with seven seals. Sascha Humpel explains how to get started successfully.

iOS 14 and consequences for facebook ads

iOS 14 Privacy & the implications for Facebook Ads

The iOS 14 update is here and Apple is introducing stricter privacy rules with it. What restrictions now apply to Facebook advertisers? Sven Scheuerle sheds light on the whole issue.

RAIDBOXES Caspar Hübinger

New at RAIDBOXES: Caspar Hübinger

RAIDBOXES will increasingly position itself internationally. An important step, for which we were able to win over a prominent face from the WordPress community: Caspar Hübinger. In the interview, he reveals more about internationalization.

WordPress

Getting Started with the Figma WordPress Design Library
As the name suggests, the Figma WordPress Design Library is a library of WordPress design assets. With it you can quickly create prototypes for WordPress UI in Figma. More details and a great tutorial can be found in the official WordPress article.

WordPress wants to automatically block FLoC in the core
Google is testing FLoC (Federated Learning of Cohorts) as an alternative solution for third party cookies. Due to significant privacy and discrimination concerns, WordPress now plans to block tracking by default. What do you think? Discuss.

Online Marketing

Gravity Forms 2.5 launches with revamped UI & focus on accessibility
The Gravity Forms team has officially announced version 2.5 of its WordPress Plugins for forms. With this, we can expect a clean, functional design: especially the creation of accessible forms should become easier and faster.

Webdesign & Development

Fresh resources in web design and development
A great product these days stands or falls on its ecosystem: just imagine the iPhone without apps or WordPress without Plugins . With that in mind, Hongkiat brings you the latest resources - with design patterns and libraries for icons & Laravel.

Design meets science: Top 1000 websites & their fonts
Data scientist Michael Li has crawled and examined over a million websites: from images and layout to fonts and colors. In this article, he summarizes what he learned about web fonts and the like.

Business

How to improve the carbon footprint of your website
Do you know how many emissions your website consumes? The answer is: it doesn't matter, you can always do less. Find out how you can reduce your website's carbon footprint while improving performance, user experience and SEO here.

As Content Manager, Annie keeps you up to date with the most important WordPress news. And as a UX designer, she ensures better usability and user experience, especially in the areas of visual design and copywriting. Together with Frauke she promotes equality and diversity at RAIDBOXES. Annie likes being outdoors, has a weakness for dark chocolate and would like to have a green thumb.

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