Update #88 Release schedule WordPress 5.0 + Gutenberg Reusable Blocks and so much more

Matt Mullenweg announced the leadership team responsible for the Gutenberg merge into Core and become the default editor. Gary Pendergast updated the release schedule.  The team aims for Nov 19, 2018. Riad Benguella posted a technical overview for the Gutenberg integration. Gutenberg adoption has grown to over 510K active sites using it. Enhanced reusable blocks are Gutenberg 3.9 killer feature: select multiple blocks and put them into one reusable block, then export and import. And 73 more change log items. Remaining task for Gutenberg developers before heading into the Core merge proposal. An comprehensive guide as an eBook, Blocks galore and more developer tips for building blocks. It’s a big round-up again. Enjoy the week!

Source: Gutenstats.blog – recorded Oct 4, 2018 at 18:19 pm EDT

Table of Contents

Gutenberg Development News

A Plan for 5.0


Proposed WordPress 5.0 Scope and Schedule


Technical overview of Gutenberg integration



What’s new in Gutenberg?


An Update on Gutenberg Tasks


WPWeekly Episode 331 – Status Update on Gutenberg With Gary Pendergast


Gutenberg nightly build



YouTube Live Shows

Gutenberg Times: WordPress Gutenberg Tips & Live Q & A
Set your reminder and join me on October 12th, 2018 at 2 pm EDT (18:00 UTC)

Using Gutenberg


Jen Roventine  & the team at Modern Tribe published a comprehensive guide to the new block-based editor, with clear explanations of the major changes, and a step-by-step checklist to prepare your site for Gutenberg. 👏








Blocks Galore #280Blocks

WordPress Theme and Plugin Shops are Pioneering the First Layout Blocks for Gutenberg





Building Blocks

How to Create Nested Blocks for Gutenberg





Learn JavaScript, ReactJS, Gutenberg Theme and Block development

Wes Bos, long time JavaScript educator

Zac Gordon, WordPress teacher par excellence

Photos from around the World



Curated information on Gutenberg – the new, modern publishing experience in WordPress by Birgit Pauli-Haack 
For developers, consultants, content creators and site admins

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