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Learning Gutenberg

Back in 2015, Matt Mullenweg, the co-creator of WordPress, instructed a room full of over a thousand WordPress developers, business owners, end users and designers to "learn JavaScript deeply."

A few years later, it makes sense what he meant. WordPress has announced a new editing experience called Gutenberg, which introduces a drag-and-drop interface and is slated to release in version 5.0. This guide explores the impact of Gutenberg and will walk you through creating your first block.

Learning Gutenberg: Modern JavaScript Syntax

One of the key changes that Gutenberg brings to the WordPress ecosystem is a heavy reliance on JavaScript. Helpfully, the WordPress team have really pushed their JavaScript framework into the present and future by leveraging the modern JavaScript stack, which is commonly referred to as ES6 in the community. It’s how we’ll refer to it […]

Learning Gutenberg: React 101

Although Gutenberg is put together with React, the code we’re writing to make custom blocks isn’t. It certainly resembles a React component though, so I think it’s useful to have a little play to get familiar with this sort of approach. There’s been a lot of reading in this series so far, so let’s roll-up […]

Learning Gutenberg: Setting up a Custom webpack Config

Gutenberg introduces the modern JavaScript stack into the WordPress ecosystem, which means some new tooling should be learned. Although tools like create-guten-block are incredibly useful, it’s also handy to know what’s going on under the hood. Related Posts …powered by Jetpack! The Jetpack WordPress plugin runs on this site, powering not just the related posts […]

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