On Friday, hundreds of WordPress developers spent a few hours learning how to develop Gutenberg blocks at the Developers Workshop prior to WordCamp Miami.
If you make a living out of building solutions for clients with WordPress, then you need to follow along with these development resources.
Updated Januray 24, 2019: Added videos to the sections.
The Future of WordPress
Setup & Introduction to Gutenberg: Tooling And Terminology
Next up was Zac Gordon who walked us through the Gutenberg repository and gave insight into the overall architecture of Gutenberg and the development process for you own Gutenblocks.
Creating Your Very First Gutenberg Block
Brian Richards is the creator of WPSessions.com and has been using WordPress since 2007 and training and leading development teams since 2011. In addition to investing his time into training, Brian has had the opportunity to work with many amazing WordPress agencies and experts over these last several years. This has allowed Brian to help develop sites for Microsoft, Disney, TIME, YMCA, and numerous others. Brian has an affinity for self-directed learning and helping others to develop skills and workflows to better solve important and complicated problems. He can’t resist helping good people do great things.
GitHub repository for example code: Gutendev by Brian Richards
Building Custom Gutenberg Blocks: From Static to Dynamic
Josh Pollock is the founder and lead developer of Caldera Labs, creators of Caldera Forms, a drag and drop responsive form builder for WordPress. He is also a WordPress core contributor, author of two books about WordPress development and a member of The WPCrowd.
Github Repository of examples code: Alert Block Examples by Josh Pollock