Before the end of 2019, I would like to get you some updates on what’s going on with Developry, what are my plans for the future, and what is coming very soon before the end of 2019. A little side note – you may already know but at the end of 2018, I was accepted […]
Before the end of 2019, I would like to get you some updates on what’s going on with Developry, what are my plans for the future, and what is coming very soon before the end of 2019.
A little side note – you may already know but at the end of 2018, I was accepted and became part of one of the most exclusive WordPress communities with developers out there, Codeable.io. After 1 year with them, I can only say positive things and I wished I found them and applied to be apart of their team much earlier.
The beginning wasn’t easy but after a couple of months things started clicking and now I really feel like a part of the team. If you need any WordPress related help I would highly recommend their services. They have close to 400 experts that are highly skillful and reliable. Go ahead and give them a try @ http://codeable.io , they have just launched their brand new design.
This is the main reason I wasn’t able to work on the Developry premium theme for the 12 months. I have some great starting blocks that I did at the of 2018 but there’s still a whole lot more before I have something to offer. At this moment you can check the Lite version available on WordPress.org. My current plan is to have the beta version of the premium theme by the end of January 2020.
I have decided to change the direction of the site from offering only themes and plugins to offer clients a full set of WordPress troubleshooting and customization services.
For the last month or so I have been working on a backend project management system on top of WordPress that I am going to launch in the next week or two. I am going to offer clients WordPress troubleshooting, customization, and migration. Very soon the home page (now using to promote Developry Lite) will turn into a landing page for my new venture, you will definitely notice the change. I hope the featured image for this post grabs your attention 🙂
In addition, I am ready to add a new plugin to the WordPress plugin repository. It is named WP Customer Support and is a support ticketing system build on top of Contact Form 7 and Flamingo. It is basically an extension to Flamingo which also uses CF7 for submissions. After you create a CF7 form you can turn the page where you add the shortcode into a support ticket system. You will have the ability to either have it public or restricted only to Subscribers.
I am just putting together the final pieces and I will make my submission in the next day or two.
I will keep you up to date and once it gets visible in the repository I will write another announcement with more details and additional introduction and usage page.
This for now and overall I feel really pumped up the what’s coming soon.
Keep in touch and happy coding.
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