The PeepSo 2.x version family is driven by two primary goals. First, we are adding more value to the free PeepSo Foundation plugin by writing and merging code into it. Second, we create new key features we need to round the entire product suite before we can afford to switch most of our focus to PeepSo 3 and the new architecture. PeepSo 2.2.2 pushes both these agendas forward: we have merged the MarkDown plugin with the free Foundation and included long awaited Scheduled Posts in it too. Read more
Gecko theme is becoming more and more powerful with each release. This one brings some new features, improvements and fixes as well. At the same time I’d like to give you a heads up that we’ll be switching PeepSo.com to Gecko within the next 24h as well. Read more
I did write a very similar post on our community, but I feel it needs to be made more official. This week we are moving our site to a new server. The one we’re still using now is almost 2 years old and it’s just time for an update. Completely new machine. The migration is be performed by the Liquid Web guys, since the new server is also from them. Read more
New PeepSo release will always be accompanied by Gecko Theme release. This is also the case. While we focus on the big picture in the background we also make sure to deliver a steady stream of updates so you can get the most out of our software.
The first release of March delivers a reasonably big payload of improvements and fixes. In the meantime, the work on Server Sent Events and a few other major improvements is quietly progressing in the background. Read more
This is a small compatibility fix required for all websites running WordPress 4.x.x – this update ensures not to call the blocks API (introduced with Gutenberg) where it does not exist due to an older WordPress version.
The first (and last) release of February was primarily focused on delivering the stable Gecko Theme version. Nevertheless, PeepSo 2.2.0 delivers a few improvements to the plugins as well.
Last release of 2018! What a year it’s been but on that our very own Matt Jaworski is preparing a separate post. What was I… Ah yes, GECKO THEME. Smaller release, as we’re in between the holidays, still new features and improvements are available. Read more
The second release of December is very likely to be the last plugin release this year – we might still release one more version of Gecko. We improved compatibility with WordPress 5 and Gutenberg, fixed a handful of minor bugs and kept working on Server Sent Events.
It’s a third release of our Gecko theme. This one comes with new features, improvements and fixes. Hopefully, we can keep the momentum and deliver you with new update each week. Read more