Under this suggestive headline Gareth Case explains , in addition to his history of web tools (Frontpage, Dreamweaver, iWeb, etc.), how today the official repository of WordPress themes and plugins can be considered, without a doubt, as the App Store for web developers .
With almost 17 thousand plugins and almost 1,500 themes , the WordPress repository is a great opportunity for any web developer to get noticed, even to start selling themes online , from within the WordPress dashboard without going any further.
Personally, it seems like a good reflection to me, and a line in which the Automattic team could consider moving forward to give a different approach to this great platform for promoting web development, in addition to Open Source code, don’t you think?
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