Usually the next version of Sports Bench is almost on its way to being released at this point in the cycle. But it’s not quite happening on schedule this time around.
GDPR is almost here. The legislation out of the European Union strengthens privacy for internet users in the EU, but affects websites all over the world. Is Sports Bench GDPR-compliant.
The first phase of integrating Sports Bench and Gutenberg is complete. In Sports Bench 1.5.1, all shortcodes are now available as Gutenberg blocks.
With Sports Bench 1.5 released last week, it’s time to look ahead to see what’s down the road with Sports Bench for the rest of the year.
Sports Bench 1.5 is now out! This update focuses on a big redesign and customizing Sports Bench. So let’s learn more about the big update!
Gutenberg is coming and is going to take the WordPress sphere by storm. Here’s how I plan to add support for it in Sports Bench.
After three months of development, Sports Bench 1.4 is now available to the public. With this update, users can add neutral site games, run rugby and volleyball leagues, use the WP REST API and more.
A month after 1.3 was released, work on Sports Bench 1.4 is starting to be built. See what features might be in the first anniversary release.
Sports Bench 1.3 is finally here! See how this version removes the need to write code and how it makes it easier to bring existing stats into the plugin.