Still on the subject of Gutenberg,…

Still on the subject of Gutenberg, Tony Perez shares his thoughts after watching Matt’s State of the Word where Matt talks about the ways Gutenberg may affect the WordPress business ecosystem. For those most likely to see their niche market disrupted by Gutenberg, Tony notes this would happen with any platform: “If your product is meant […]

The age of Gutenberg

Gutenberg was the talk of town at WordCamp US, as you may expect. Most people have their own thoughts on the product itself, the necessity of its existence, the process in creating it, or a variety of other things. I am pleased to see the progress that’s been made on the product itself. And I […]

Gutenberg engineer Matias Ventura explains on his…

Gutenberg engineer Matias Ventura explains on his blog how the new editor will simplify tasks that are complex and difficult for WordPress users today. Matias reviews some of the architectural features the Gutenberg team decided to focus on, such as placeholders, blocks, and layer templates. Optimizing for the user is a key theme. Gutenberg needs to support the creation of […]

The latest Gutenberg update is out.…

The latest Gutenberg update is out. In the changelog: block conflicts have been resolved, there is new support for custom fields in block attributes, and crash recovery has been addressed. Omar Reiss brought up Gutenberg while sharing his thoughts on the WordPress JS framework debate and how it will affect plugin developers. Omar suggests the best way developers […]

Gutenberg development continues to move at…

Gutenberg development continues to move at a fast clip. Here’s the most recent changelog. Tammie Lister recently shared milestones that are “not set in stone” but roughly slate the merge proposal for the end of the year. That’s optimistic, but I like it. Mel Choyce shared her thoughts about converting widgets in WordPress to Gutenberg blocks. She […]

Gutenberg development continues to move at…

Gutenberg development continues to move at a fast clip. Here’s the most recent changelog. Tammie Lister recently shared milestones that are “not set in stone” but roughly slate the merge proposal for the end of the year. That’s optimistic, but I like it. Mel Choyce shared her thoughts about converting widgets in WordPress to Gutenberg blocks. She […]

Gutenberg development continues to move at…

Gutenberg development continues to move at a fast clip. Here’s the most recent changelog. Tammie Lister recently shared milestones that’s, “not set in stone,” but roughly slates the merge proposal for the end of the year. That’s optimistic, but I like it. Mel Choyce shared her thoughts about converting widgets in WordPress to Gutenberg blocks. She found […]

Gutenberg development continues to move at…

Gutenberg development continues to move at a fast clip. Here’s the most recent changelog. Tammie Lister recently shared milestones that are “not set in stone” but roughly slate the merge proposal for the end of the year. That’s optimistic, but I like it. Mel Choyce shared her thoughts about converting widgets in WordPress to Gutenberg blocks. She […]

Gutenberg development continues to move at…

Gutenberg development continues to move at a fast clip. Here’s the most recent changelog. Tammie Lister recently shared milestones that are “not set in stone” but roughly slate the merge proposal for the end of the year. That’s optimistic, but I like it. Mel Choyce shared her thoughts about converting widgets in WordPress to Gutenberg blocks. She […]

Gutenberg is in beta, and an…

Gutenberg is in beta, and an official testing page has been published on Make WordPress, with links to forms to provide generic feedback via a Google form, or you can contribute via GitHub. They are looking for specific task based tests and general opinions. The page notes you can send this form as many times […]

Gutenberg is in beta, and an…

Gutenberg is in beta, and an official testing page has been published on Make WordPress, with links to forms to provide generic feedback via a Google form, or you can contribute via GitHub. They are looking for specific task-based tests and general opinions. The page notes you can submit this form as many times as […]

Speaking of Gutenberg, you can download the…

Speaking of Gutenberg, you can download the Gutenberg plugin from the plugin repo as well and try it out yourself. Some are already sharing their first impressions. Matt Cromwell notes it’s flexible, but also mentions some weaknesses and concerns. Chris Lema states that he “clearly missed the goal of this thing”. Finally, as Aaron Jorbin points […]

Helen Hou-Sandi offers some interesting thoughts…

Helen Hou-Sandi offers some interesting thoughts about treating ads as a fully integrated part of the content and what that might mean for a Gutenberg advertising block. While ad blocks could be a game changer for certain publishers, she points out that ad blocks are “not ‘core’ software territory for a mass market CMS like […]

Chris Coyier explores how different Content…

Chris Coyier explores how different Content Management Systems handle blocks of content. Chris considers CraftCMS, Drupal, and WordPress with SiteOrigin’s Page Builder as well as Gutenberg.