Building a Gutenberg website

Bill Erickson shares how they approach website projects and provide some real-world examples. He'll then get share some technical details you’ll need as a WordPress developer building a Gutenberg website. Read More »

5+ Top Gutenberg Courses for Users and Developers

Gutenberg is the new visual editor coming with WordPress 5.0 soon. This changes completely the way you have been using or developing for WordPress. If you are willing to learn Gutenberg, I have curated the top Gutenberg courses for everyone. Gutenberg Courses for Users As Gutenberg is a completely new way to write your content using a Visual Block Editor coming in WordPress 5.0, you may need to learn it now. This is a completely… Read More »

Gutenberg posts aren’t HTML

In summary, a Gutenberg post is built upon an in-memory data structure which gets persisted somehow in an fully-isomorphic way. Right now that persistence is via a serialization/parser pair but could just as easily be replaced through a plugin to store the data structure as a JSON blob somewhere else. Find out details in this post. Read More »

ACF 5.8 – Introducing ACF Blocks for Gutenberg

Well, it hasn’t been easy, but we are delighted to announce that our ACF Blocks feature is starting to take shape! In fact, you can now take it for spin! ACF version 5.8.0-beta1 is now available for download and includes an early stage of our ACF Blocks feature to help you create custom block types without the fuss. Read More »

Do You Need to Know React as a WordPress (Gutenberg) Developer?

The new WordPress content editing system Gutenberg will be powering the WordPress post editor in WordPress 5.0. Gutenberg is a JavaScript-driven interface. Specifically, it is built using Facebook’s open-source user interface library “React”. This post explains a little bit about creating your own custom blocks for use in the Gutenberg editor using JavaScript. Read More »