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It’s been more then ten years since the first release of WordPress. It was forked from b2 and they already need to deal with checking the code. Thousands of lines of code have been written causing a ...

It’s been more then ten years since the first release of WordPress. It was forked from b2 and they already need to deal with checking the code. Thousands of lines of code have been written causing a lot of great features WordPress has now.

In this presentation I talked about the fork of b2 in 2003 and about all the major features what got added in the last ten years. Showing how those features helped out making WordPress what it is today. Running on 21.2% of the web and still building new features.

This all to makes WordPress the best publishing tool that currently exists.

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    The code history of WordPress The code history of WordPress Presentation Transcript

    • The code history of WordPress WordCamp Paris - 2014
    • Who I am? • Marko Heijnen - @markoheijnen • Working at 1&1 as their WordPress specialist • WordPress core contributor • GlotPress core developer - @GlotPress • Co author of WP_Image_Editor
    • Our timeline • 2003 - WordPress was founded • 2005 - WordPress 2.0 got released • 2006 - I started to use WordPress • 2010 - My first contribution to WordPress • 2012 - Recent rockstar of 3.4 • 2013 - WordPress becomes 10 • 2013 - 3.8 was the 21 major release
    • January 17, 2014 at 08:07
    • The first couple of years I missed
    • I would say the golden years
    • It was founded by Matt Mullenweg Mike Little
    • It all started almost 11 years ago when Matt wrote a blog post
    • The comment
    • And WordPress was born
    • But what were the most important changes that happened in the code?
    • Post Meta When was this added to WordPress?
    • 0.70 • WordPress had its first release as a fork of b2 on May 27, 2003 • A lot of code cleanups to make it more stable and faster • Functions like texturize and manual excerpt were added
    • 1.0 “Miles Davis” • Search engine friendly permalinks • Multiple categories January 3, 2004
    • 1.2 “Charles Mingus” • Post meta • New plugin architecture • Encryption of password • Localization • Sub categories • Thumbnail creation May 22, 2004
    • The WordPress Plugin Repository • On January 10, 2005 the WordPress Plugin repository was announced • It was then on WP-Plugins.org • It was focused on Trac since it didn’t have a user friendly front-end, yet
    • 1.5 “Billy Strayhorn” • The basic template engine was added • Pages was added February 17, 2005
    • 2.0 “Duke Ellington” • AJAX functionality got added • Capability API • Inline uploading • User level options • Pluggable object cache • Functions.php was added • Nonces 2.0.3 December 31, 2005
    • 2.1 “Ella Fitzgerald” • Autosave • All queries got checked • More AJAX • Cron API • WP_Error class was added January 22, 2007
    • 2.2 “Stan Getz” • Widgets API • Started using jQuery • PHPMailer got added • Increased the inline documentation May 16, 2007
    • The first unit tests got September 20, 2007
    • 2.3 “Dexter Gordon” • Updating system • Taxonomy API got added • Canonical URLs • $wpdb->prepare() • Activation protection • Restructure of wp-admin folder September 24, 2007
    • 2.5 “Michael Brecker” • Shortcode API • Multi-file upload with March 29, 2008 progress bar • EXIF extraction • Search posts and pages • Installing/updating plugins 22 contributors
    • 2.6 “McCoy Tyner” • Post Revisions • Full SSL support • Theme previews July 15, 2008 75 contributors
    • 2.7 “John Coltrane” • HTTP API • Uninstall a plugin • Settings API • wp_page_menu() • Plugin installer • WordPress upgrader December 10, 2008 144 contributors
    • 2.8 “Chet Baker” • New Widgets API • HTTP API updates and fixes • Search/Install themes June 11, 2009
    • 2.9 “Carmen McRae” • Built-in image editor • Post thumbnails • Basic post type support • Meta data for comments • oEmbed December 18, 2009 140> contributors
    • 3.0 “Thelonious Monk” • WordPress MU merged • Custom menus • Custom post type support • Lots of other improvements June 17, 2010 218 contributors
    • 3.1 “Django Reinhardt” • Admin bar • WP_User_Query • Advanced queries • List-type Admin Screens February 23, 2011 180> contributors
    • 3.2 “George Gershwin” • Moved to PHP 5 and MySQL 5 • Speed improvements • WP_Meta_Query July 4, 2011 133 contributors
    • 3.3 “Sonny Stitt” • New editor API • Post-slug-only permalinks • is_main_query() • WP_Screen • Metadata API improvements December 12, 2011 179 contributors
    • 3.4 “Grant Green” • Theme customizer • wp.* XML-RPC methods • WP_Theme June 13, 2012 183 contributors
    • More awareness for out unit tests
    • 3.5 “Elvin Jones” • WP_Image_Editor • switch_to_blog() • Underscore/Backbone • WP_Comment_Query and December 11, 2012 WP_User_Query excepting meta queries 260 contributors
    • 3.5 “Elvin Jones” • WP_Post • Ordering by post__in • AJAX support functions like December 11, 2012 wp_send_json_success() 260 contributors
    • 3.6 “Oscar Peterson” • Audio/Video support • Better control for revisions • has_shortcode() • Heartbeat API August 1, 2013 225 contributors
    • 3.7 “Count Basie” • Automattic updates • Stronger passwords • Language packs • Cleanup tickets • Better documentation • Improved Search • Date queries October 24, 2013 211 contributors
    • 3.8 “Charlie Parker” • Heartbeat performance and December 12, 2013 API improvements • Nginx detection • automatic_updates_complete 188 Contributors
    • A great progress was made
    • Backwards compatibility
    • The market
    • PHP versions
    • Our tools • Official GIT mirrors • Grunt • JSHint • Unit testing PHP and JS • Minification • Sass
    • The future • 2014 looks like a great year for new API features like: • WP API • Media improvements • Post Meta library • More see: http://make.wordpress.org/ core/features-as-plugins/
    • WPCentral.io • @WPCentralio • Work in progress • If you like to see this information back in a interactive way • Currently building the features like: • Download & Version history • Timeline of features
    • Questions? @markoheijnen - http://markoheijnen.com