WooCommerce

The WooCommerce Explained Book Is Ready for WooCommerce 3.7

This week we've published a major update for WooCommerce Explained, the best-selling WooCommerce book.

This book will teach you everything you need to know to make a WooCommerce site. And, it will do it in plain English, with a simple step-by-step approach.

WooCommerce 3.7 was released last week. This new version has lots of improvements and changes, including more Gutenberg blocks.


More Major Changes Coming to WooCommerce

This may be one of the last updates to WooCommerce Explained before we see an entirely new admin experience. The new Javascript-driven admin screens are available now as a plugin on WordPress.org. Over 400,000 people are using it already.

Originally, the WooCommerce team planned to merge the new admin into this 3.7 release. Obviously that's been delayed, but probably not for long: "we decided to defer to possibly include in WooCommerce 3.8".

The image below is an official preview of the new admin area, complete with vastly improved analytics. We'll update WooCommerce Explained as soon as this new admin goes live!

WooCommerce new admin


About WooCommerce Explained

We've partnered with Patrick Rauland for this book. Patrick was project lead at WooCommerce and currently helps to run WooConf, the official developers' conference.

WooCommerce is the most popular eCommerce platform on the web and is capable of selling anything, whether it's physical products, digital products or services. If you want to spend less time struggling with complex instructions, and more time building sites that make you proud, this is the book for you! This book is over 250 pages long and is packed with WooCommerce knowledge.


How to Get WooCommerce Explained

WordPress Explained can be downloaded by all OSTraining Book Club members. As a member, you are guaranteed the latest updates to all our books.

Paperback and Kindle copies are available via Amazon. We always try to push new book updates to Kindle purchasers, but can make no guarantees because we rely on Amazon's systems.


About Patrick, the Author

patrick raulandPatrick Rauland is obsessed with WooCommerce. He's used it as a customer, worked for WooCommerce support, developed core functionality, and led three releases. Yes, Patrick was the official Product Manager for WooCommerce.

Patrick was deeply involved with planing their yearly conference, WooConf. He also helps people by writing on his blog, creating courses, and creating books like this one. 

Patrick lives in Denver Colorado where you can probably find him at a local coffee shop typing away.


A Huge Thank You to Nexcess

WooCommerce Explained was made possible by the support of Nexcess, who specialize in hosting e-commerce sites.

Since 2000, Nexcess has developed an outstanding team and excellent technology. Whether you're a WooCommerce operator bent on maximizing revenue with their famous 13X performance boost, or a WordPress fanatic that rests easy having an expert care team that understands how to scale with your success, Nexcess is the right host for you.

Check them out at Nexcess.net.

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