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 their clients Gutenberg ready. We also share the resource of known issues with plugins and themes. Grab a coffee or tea or your other favorite beverage and happy reading.
Table of Contents
- Gutenberg Development
- Building Blocks #280Blocks
- Themes and Gutenberg
- Getting Ready for Gutenberg
- Photos around the World
Gutenberg Development Updates
This release has many refinements and improves the capabilities of the Block and Plugin APIs. It also adds a new “spacer” block for generating visual space. The color palette component has been improved to be based on classes instead of inline styles (for registered colors) and includes some important accessibility improvements (like naming the color). Thank you to everyone involved!Matias Ventura, Gutenberg Dev Lead, May 4th, 2018
Building Blocks #280blocks
Zach Silveira also posted a YouTube video to walk you through it.
Themes & Gutenberg
Getting Ready for Gutenberg
Andrew Fleming from the Dow Jones Media Groupshared the story of how their publication Moneyish is approaching the transition to Gutenberg.
Photos from Around the World
For those of you who can’t read the low contract slide:
- Better, leaner Themes
- Improved Plugins
- Page Building Becomes Standard
- Better Developers
- Interaction with other communities
Don’t miss Live Q & A events w/ Zac Gordon & Joe Casabona. Check out the Google Calendar here