Gutenberg lead designer, Tammie Lister and developer Miguel Fonseca, held multiple talks on Gutenberg at the Workshop 2018 hosted by the WordPress VIP Team. Watch the videos on YouTube and follow along with the slide decks. Introduction: Why, oh Why?And what does it look like? In 2018, WordPress will modernize, streamline, and simplify the content … Continue reading Gutenberg Developers at the WordPress VIP Workshop
With Gutenberg editor becoming more stable and approaching feature completeness, the download stats of the plugin show its growth at an ever higher rate. Blogs publish more, more block development tutorials. They are the bulk of this week's round-out post. Also, meetups in New York, Lehigh Valley and in Halifax discussed the upcoming changes to … Continue reading Update #73 Downloads grow fast, block development tutorials grow popular, more community events around Gutenberg
Table of Contents Gutenberg Development & Core Team What is Gutenberg? A Vision for the Web Online Education Events Blocks Galore #280Blocks Handling Gutenberg Blocks in Themes Photos around the World Gutenberg Development & Core Team Rethinking the separation between editor and blocks for Gutenberg https://twitter.com/gziolo/status/993491209422295040 "Existing blocks/plugins will continue to work properly for several … Continue reading Update #72 Gutenberg Webinars & Courses, Blocks at Google I/O, preparing your themes and clients and more
Today roundup includs a collection of new Gutenberg Blocks and shared knowledge around building Gutenberg Blocks by developers. Also Gutenberg's next version was released with 105 changlog items. Find also blog posts and tweets on building Gutenberg ready Themes. Companies, consulants and developers share knowledge around how to get their site or the sites of … Continue reading Update #71 Building Blocks, Gutenberg 2.8 and more
Quite a few more people started updating tools and tutorials to assist with the migration and transition to Gutenberg: Zac Gordon updated his Gutenberg Block Building course, ServerPress provides a blueprint for Gutenberg testing in a local environment, WordPress VIP announced free resources for the coming weeks. Gutenberg developers released a new version (2.7) which … Continue reading Update #70 – More Tools for Web builders developing for Gutenberg, Plugin & Themes updates
Before we head into the Round-up of community voices, I have two graphics for you from the advanced view of the Gutenberg plugin. The first graphic displays the active versions among the various installs. Seems ro ughly 38% of the installs are actually using the 2.6 versions. So when reading through the reviews, it would … Continue reading Update #69 Gutenberg Updates, Plugins Compatible, Publishers Using, Developers making blocks – a Community Round-up
This week, we learned about even more plugins working toward Gutenberg compatibility. Also, birds-eye-views on the next generation WordPress visual editor and what it will do to the ecosystem. New blocks being released. Users discover Gutenberg. And how consultants get their clients' sites ready.
This week's Update of Gutenberg included changes to the developer APIs to extend Gutenberg's sidebar and block options. Also, the Accessiblity team did intensive testing especially using Gutenberg with a keyboard and logged quite a few issues on the GitHub repository. Gutenberg will be demonstrated at #18NTC's WordPress Day. Read a great article about Why … Continue reading Update #67 Developer APIs expanded, plugins auditing, more blocks & How-tos
Content creation with Blocks, writing in Gutenberg You have installed the Gutenberg plugin on your site. Now what? This post has a few short how-to-videos to that get you over some speed pumps you might encounter along your new journey with the new editing experience in WordPress. Hit me up via the Chat-icon on the … Continue reading Moving Paragraphs, Adding images, the slash command and beyond.
Another Roundup of resources, discussions and news around Gutenberg – the new visual editor coming to WordPress in 2018 – Covered: Getting ready for site owners, photos from meetups and WordCamps and block development