In 2018, WebARX launched the first version of its security platform and grew to 3,000 users. Earlier this month, the company decided to rebrand to Patchstack. Outside of customers getting the name wrong, the company had grown beyond its original SaaS product, providing other services like PlugBounty, an open-source bug-hunting platform. Earlier this year, they also acquired ThreatPress, a WordPress security service provider. Combining the three created an opportunity to relaunch the brand.
Along with the likes of Avada and X-Theme, Salient (by ThemeNectar) is one of the most popular WordPress themes available — currently boasting well in excess of 115,000 sales on ThemeForest! Full Article! Podaj dalej: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn więcej
This week GitLab announced a pricing change that eliminates its Bronze/Starter tier in favor of a three-tier subscription model. The Starter tier, previously offered at $4/month, included features like single-team project management, next day business support, and 2,000 CI/CD minutes. Full article! Podaj dalej: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn więcej
In our hands-on Growmatik review, I’m going to take a look at a powerful new marketing tool from Artbees, the same team behind the popular Jupiter X theme that we’ve reviewed. Full Article! Podaj dalej: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn więcej
GitHub, in partnership with Tidelift, has set aside June 7-12, 2021, as Maintainer Week, a time for open source maintainers to share knowledge and experiences through a series of planned activities and events. Full article! Podaj dalej: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn więcej
AccessiBe and other similar tools are coming under fire after more than 400 accessibility advocates and developers signed an open letter calling on the industry to unite against the use of accessibility overlay products. These overlay “widgets” are technologies that apply third-party code to the front end in an attempt to automate repairs after sites…
A data breach exposes 150,000 security cameras used by organizations around the world, including Tesla and Cloudflare. State-sponsored hacking groups exploit Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities. A fire in a French data center belonging to hosting company OVH affects millions of websites, including some prominent WordPress services like Imagify and WP Rocket. WordPress 5.7 was released this…