Update #42 Live Explorations, How to add Theme Styles, and more

Note: Nikola Nikolov continued his Gutenberg explorations. The sessions are now available on his YouTube Channel. See the Live Events Calendar of next shows.


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Update #41 Tweets, comments, discussions, and more…

For this update, I caught up on a quite a few tweets I missed during the week. A LOT of people are sharing their work with Gutenberg now.

Thank you to everyone who reached out to me regarding these updates: I received a few suggestions to make the updates more visible and provide a newsletter via email. Also, I know at least two people working on a port from Storify to WordPress. I am considering a few options on how and where to take this to the next level. Keep working on your Gutenberg testing and exploration and share your thoughts. Stay in touch!

02/23 – Above link doesn't work any more here is the correct post

One thousand and one way to extend Gutenberg today

Read the whole thread:-)


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Update #40 Testing Gutenberg, Recamps WordCamp US, and more testing

Landing Gutenberg in WordPress 5.0

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Gutenberg Update #39 Accessibility, Development, Blocks, Styling, Resources and more.

Some of the tweets are the beginning of great threads so don't just look at the one included here. Click on the tweet's date and read the full thread.

Great discussion happend in between.  Matias Ventura close the issue in favor of a bigger overview styling of blocks can be handled

Featured Images: Uxmal Mayan Temple Blocks by Birgit Pauli-Haack

Update #38 Gutenberg Resources, blog posts, demos and code

Still a great list, three months later!

The boilerplate evolved into a zero-configuration #0CJS developer toolkit for building WordPress Gutenberg block plugins. https://AhmdA.ws/CreateGutenBlock_

Featured Image: Uxmal Mayan Temple by Birgit Pauli-Haack

Update #37 Gutenberg Notes, Comments, discussions and code.

Update #36 Custom Fields, Forms, Gutenberg at WordCamp US and more

Update #35 Fresh back from WordCamp US – comments, discussions, insights about Gutenberg and its pending integration into WordPress Core

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Update #34 WordCamp US Recaps – Gutenberg and State of the Word

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.

WordCamp US 2017 – Gutenberg – Q & A w/ Matt Mullenweg

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