Howdy, It’s been a while! How were your holidays? Did you get some rest? Wishing you and yours a Happy, healthy and prosperous New Year! May all the goals be reached and serendipity take you to new adventures. 🎉 ✨ 🍾 🎆 Now we need to catch up on the development and community around Gutenberg. […]
The second, virtual WordCamp took place on April 18, 2020. The videos are up on WordPress TV. In these talks, you learn How to create professional websites with blocks together with the Themes based on Genesis (Mary Baum) and GeneratePress (Alicia St Rose), how to use create-block scaffolding tool for custom block development, (Elizabeth Shilling) […]
Matt Mullenweg gave attendees of WordCamp Europe a Tour around the Block editor in WordPress. He starts out with a recap of the four phases of Gutenberg, then he showed-off the newest features available in the block editor. He also highlighted a few examples of Gutenberg in the wild, talked about what’s coming out next […]
Howdy, howdy! And again, another three weeks came and went. I am back from Portland, OR and mostly recovered from the flu, that kept me in bed for three days. We have a lot of catching up to do! Let’s get to it! The team released two more versions of Gutenberg 5.2 and 5.3. The […]
WordPress and Gutenberg Development News WordPress 5.1 is scheduled to be released February 21, 2019. It will come with Gutenberg version 4.8. Gutenberg 5.0 (relased last week) is available as plugin. It will require WordPress 5.x core version. Site Building Research Results #1 Background #2 Site building Journey of Bloggers #3 Site building Journey of…
WordCamp US 2018 took place in Nashville, TN early December 2018. As part of the organizing team, I was not able make it into the sessions. Here is the list of talks about Gutenberg that interest me. I added the video links with the live stream timestamps to each talk and if available also links […]
Gutenberg topic w/ live demo by lead Developer Matis Ventura starts around time stamp 35:00. And the live tweets. The Classic Editor – for sites not ready yet.
After State of the Word, Matt Mullenweg fielded questions for about another hour after his talk. The tweets collected here only reflect the Gutenberg parts of the Q & A. Full Q & A is, of course, available on WordPress.tv and starts at timestamp: 1:01:24