Allow us to introduce Mantle, a framework for building websites and applications using WordPress. Mantle is a layer that sits between WordPress and your custom code, providing you all the benefits of the WordPress CMS with a developer experience similar to Laravel.
Alley is committed to amplifying the unique voices, experiences, and career advancement of women, black, indigenous, people of color, LGBTQ+, and people with disabilities. It is our responsibility to address the shortcomings in the technology industry so we can begin to include and diversify not only our employee base, but also the communities we invest in.
2020 was certainly not anyone’s favorite year. The way many of us live and work changed totally, and that was no different for us here at Alley. We usually take this time to share some of our successes and exciting announcements for the year, but instead we’ll be looking back at some ways we, and our clients, tried to make the world a little better in 2020.
You’ve heard Alley is a company committed to building a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace, and are wondering what actions we’ve taken. Over the past year we have focused on supporting equity at all intersections and improving team member learning and development as part of a long-term sustainability plan to embed Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) efforts in all areas of Alley’s business.
Personalization can be a powerful tool for driving engagement and improving user experience. But what is it and what are the challenges in implementing it?
Lede, Alley’s platform for journalism startups, is our answer to scaling the technology needed by news organizations.
While the many benefits of WordPress are well-known — it’s free and open-source, it features a user-friendly content editor, it makes SEO easy — WordPress is plagued by misconceptions about its perceived weaknesses.