With the release of version 2.6 of the Gutenberg preview plugin, WordPress is edging closer to a new editing experience that will dramatically impact the way people use the platform. Special guest Jeff Chandler of WPTavern and host of the WordPress Weekly podcast joins us this week to talk about what the eventual release of the Gutenberg editor will mean for developers and users once WordPress 5.0 drops.
This episode is packed with resources to help you learn about Gutenberg, keep up with its development, and prepare your own development to support it. Those are all linked down below. If you have a favorite tool, resource, or article that we didn’t touch on, be sure to leave it in the comments for others to check out! Have you tried the Gutenberg preview yet? Are you excited about the opportunities that will come with the new blocks system? Let us know!
- Atomic Blocks
- Classic Editor Plugin
- Creating Block Types
- Diving Into the New Gutenberg WordPress Editor (Pros and Cons) at Kinsta
- Gutenberg and the WordPress of Tomorrow at WordPress.tv
- Gutenberg Boilerplate
- Gutenberg Compatibility in SiteOrigin Page Builder at Site Origin
- Gutenberg Courses
- Gutenberg News
- Gutenberg Times
- The Gutenberg WordPress Editor: 10 Things You Need to Know at iThemes
- Gutenberg WordPress 5.0 Milestone Tracker
- Introducing #PlayingwithBlocks: Give’s Gutenberg Story at GiveWP (part 1 in a series)
- Is Gutenberg The End Or A New Beginning For WordPress? at Delicious Brains
- My Gutenberg Experience Thus Far at WPTavern
- The New Gutenberg Editing Experience at WordPress.org
- Why Gutenberg at WPTavern
- Will Gutenberg Revolutionize WordPress or Drive Users to Medium? at Business 2 Community
- WordPress, Gutenberg and Avada. Let’s Begin. at ThemeFusion
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