WordPress in 2016

Some posts talking about the future of WordPress. Or what to do with WordPress in 2016.

WordPress is still (amazingly) growing. It’s broken 25% of the internet, so the chances of short of a perfect storm or something disastrous, it will probably be around in some way, shape or form for some time to come. However, whilst it is relatively the same, it will evolve, and we need to keep up. As such, here are the three things I’m focusing on in 2016.

Source: How I (as a WordPress Developer) am Improving Myself In 2016 | Winwar Media


Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, is among 36 “unicorns” that could go public in 2016, CB Insights said in a report released yesterday. The 2016 Tech IPO Pipeline states there are more than 80 private tech […]

Source: Automattic Could Go Public In 2016, Report Says | @thetorquemag


This year has undeniably been a big year for WordPress. From the good (the REST API being merged into core), the bad (the REST API being merged into core, if you’re scared of JavaScript) to the ugly (#wpdrama, anyone?), it’s been a year when WordPress seems to have puffed out its chest and finally started the process of maturing into an application platform.

Source: WordPress in 2016: How the REST API and Calypso Will Force Change


In this article, we’ll break out the crystal ball and step through five predictions for the future of free and premium WordPress plugins in 2016 and beyond.

Source: The Future of WordPress Plugins: What’s on the Horizon for 2016 and Beyond?


January 11, 2016 – A year ago, I published WordPress in 2015. In retrospect, I’m very happy how the article turned out. The predictions were for the most part accurate, but m…

Source: WordPress in 2016 | Noel Tock


In this post, we’re going to look at some usage trends from the last few years, and other things that cover where WordPress is going in the year to come.

Source: WordPress in 2016 – Where is it going?

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