WordPress: il plug in Jetpack ha superato i 2 milioni di downloads

Ci sono oltre 54 milioni di siti WordPress in tutto il mondo, e questo numero viene diviso tra il free WordPress.com service e il WordPress.org open source. Entrambe le opzioni hanno i loro benefici, di cui uno self-hosted e completamente personalizzabile, e l’altra molto più facile da usare con hosting gratuito costruito all’interno.

Ma, come WordPress.com cresce, le prestazioni della rete crescono troppo – benefici di cui i siti indipendenti costruiti su WordPress normalmente non possono godere, a meno che non sta utilizzando un plugin WordPress con il nome di Jetpack (creato da Automattic). Il plugin ha dimostrato di essere estremamente popolare e ha appena superato i 2 milioni di download(attualmente: 2.005.406).

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WordPress logo blue (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Jetpack è stato creato per estendere i benefici della rete per l’installazione di WordPress indipendenti, per fare in modo che nessuno sia privato da caratteristiche come WordPress.com Stats, abbonamenti e-mail, moduli di contatto,WP.me URL shortener​​,gallerie fotografiche Carousel, e altro ancora.

Raggiungere i 2M di downloads fino ad oggi è stato particolarmente impressionante, come 1M di questi scarica solo si sono verificati negli ultimi quattro mesi.

Da Automattic:

‘Jetpack prevede parità di funzionalità tra WordPress.com e WordPress.org, consentendo agli utenti di potenziare il proprio sito self-hosted WordPress (. Org) con la potenza di WordPress.com. Tra le altre caratteristiche ci sono le Jetpack Sottoscrizioni, WordPress.com Stats, , VaultPress backup e security, lo Sharing,   Gravatar hovercards e altro ancora.’

From theNextWeb

There are over 54 million WordPress sites in the world, and that number is split between the free WordPress.com service and WordPress.org open source installs. Both options have their benefits, one being self-hosted and completely customizable, and the other much easier to use with free hosting built right in.

But as WordPress.com grows, the network’s benefits grow too — benefits that independent WordPress sites normally can’t enjoy, unless they’re using a WordPress plugin by the name of Jetpack (created by Automattic). The plugin has proved to be extremely popular, and has just passed the 2 million download milestone (currently: 2,005,406).

Jetpack was created to extend the benefits of the network to independent WordPress installs, to make it so nobody is left out of features like WordPress.com Stats, email subscriptions, contact forms, WP.me URL shortener, Carousel photo galleries, and more. Reaching 2M downloads to date is a particularly impressive stat, as 1M of those downloads only occurred within the past four months.

More, from Automattic:

Jetpack provides feature parity between WordPress.org and WordPress.com enabling users to supercharge their self-hosted WordPress (.org) site with the power of WordPress.com. Other Jetpack features include Subscriptions, WordPress.com stats, VaultPress backup and security, Sharing, Gravatar hovercards, and more.


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http://thenextweb.com/insider/2012/07/27/jetpack-the-bridge-between-wordpress-com-and-self-hosted-blogs-hits-2m-downloads/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Spreadus&utm_campaign=social%20media&awesm=tnw.to_b2hA
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