What’s new in Gutenberg v4.3? (12th November)

https://cloudup.com/ijr7rBpsypm This update gathers a big number of fixes and improvements. It also completes many accessibility tasks. Here are some highlights. ✅Allow toggling the core custom fields meta box. ✅Introduce an API to handle annotations. ✅Add URL validation to link input in RichText. ✅Improve interactions around Columns block. ✅Add transformations between Video, Image, and Media & Text block. ✅Add speech announcement for multi-selection of blocks. Read the official post for more. Read More »

The Classic Editor plugin supported until December 31 – 2021

The Gutenberg project is a fundamental shift for WordPress. We recognise that there will be a transition period as everyone adjusts to building plugins, themes, and sites using these new tools. To ease the transition for businesses and entrepreneurs, it’s been mentioned that the Classic Editor plugin would be maintained officially until December 31, 2021. Read More »

What’s new in Gutenberg v4.2 RC-1? (31st October)

Gutenberg v4.2 release candidate has been out. This update includes several fixes, refinements, performance improvements and other updates to the user experience and the different layers of APIs. Notably, it concludes the cycle for the formatting API to extend Rich Text components allowing to extend its controls more easily. Checkout the full list of updates. Read More »

WordPress 5.0 Schedule Updates

Gutenberg 4.2 (API Freeze) has just been released, and we’d like to have a WordPress 5.0 Beta including those updates. Additionally, there are a few more known bugs and tasks to complete in WordPress 5.0, before we can tag a Release Candidate. With that in mind, we feel it’d be prudent to allow for some extra beta time in the WordPress 5.0 schedule. Read more. Read More »

What’s new in Gutenberg v4.1 RC-1? (19th October) – Make WordPress Core

This update is considered to be the feature complete for starting the WordPress 5.0 cycle. Highlights include a block navigation system that can be used to access child and parent blocks within nested blocks easily. It also works as a way to navigate quickly through all the blocks in post. This is a top level affordance that works as a “path” finder and would be the basis for many of the phase 2 layout implementations.… Read More »

The New Woo Adopts Gutenberg Components, User Interface Driven by React

The new dashboard is a landing page where store owners will be able to see at a glance how their store is doing. The new interface is powered by the React JavaScript framework, specifically the React components that are part of the Gutenberg project. It’s modular, allowing users to add, move, and remove blocks. Developers will be able to extend the dashboard and provide custom blocks. Read More »