Sponsored by Pantheon
Sponsor of Gutenberg Times

We are very happy to announce our first sponsor on Gutenberg Times: Pantheon.

Pantheon‘s team members, Andrew Taylor, Steve Perch and Dwayne McDaniel created  some awesome Gutenberg Resources for their customers and agency partners.  We mentioned these resources in our Updates over the last two months. As a special “Thank You” to Pantheon, we put them all in one place. 

We are very grateful to Pantheon for contributing resources to Gutenberg Times

Screenshot of Article at Pantheon website
Don’t Get Gutenborked: Testing Real Sites with Gutenberg on Pantheon

Steve Perch invites you to migrate existing sites for testing purposes to Pantheon, completely free. I am right now testing it and the process is quick, easy-to-use even for less technical site owners. The migration plugins installed on your current site, allows you to export all important information and import it to the newly creates space on Pantheons server.

Github Gist Embed

Getting Ready for Gutenberg on Pantheon –
Dwayne McDaniel walks you through all the ways Pantheon is supporting its customers through the migration to Gutenberg.

Slider view Current Editor vs Gutenberg Editor

Google Maps Gutenberg Block

Andrew Taylor showed-off his new Google Maps block during Pantheon’s Webinar: “First Impressions developing for Gutenberg” on January 19. A recording is available here (after you leave your name and email address). Now the plugin made it into the WordPress Plugins repository.

Gutenberg Block For Google Maps Embed By Pantheon

Gutenberg Block For Google Maps Embed By Pantheon

This plugin requires an API key to interact with Google Maps. Without an API key…

By Pantheon, Andrew Taylor


Published by Birgit Pauli-Haack

curating Gutenberg News and community voices since June 2017 web + mobile strategist & coder 4 nonprofits. #nptech #WordPress @wpswfl @nptechdata @wp4good - Day job @paulisystems Cu at #WCUS

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