Object-oriented programming in a Gutenberg world

So now that we know why object-oriented programming might be good for your next WordPress plugin, let’s try it with a plugin that creates custom Gutenberg blocks.

Patience will be needed with Gutenberg

Gutenberg continues to be a divisive topic inside the WordPress sphere. But as you begin to try out the new editor, heed this advice: be patient.

ExtraPress Gutenberg theme

What I’ve learned so far in developing a theme suited for Gutenberg

Recently I started creating a premium WordPress theme that relies a lot on Gutenberg with the idea of having it ready when it’s rolled into core. So here are a few thoughts on developing a theme for the new editor.

The new Gutenberg editor in WordPress

WordPress developers need to help non-technical users through Gutenberg transition

The Gutenberg transition is going to be difficult for non-technical users. So it’s up to us WordPress developers to help them however we can.

Should Gutenberg blocks be in plugins or themes?

Gutenberg is still going through the finishing stages before it’s released in WordPress core. But there’s still a question about Gutenberg blocks that I’m not really seeing anyone answer. Should blocks be placed in plugins or themes?

Gutenberg and small business websites

Gutenberg will present a drastic change for users of WordPress, especially folks who use it to power a website for their small business. But once you get passed the learning curve, the possibilities really become endless.

How Gutenberg is from a developer’s perspective

We’re still in this sort of waiting period for Gutenberg, the new WordPress editor. If you’re a WordPress developer, however, you need to be learning how to develop with it now.

The new Gutenberg editor in WordPress

More thoughts on the Gutenberg editor

Gutenberg is coming whenever WordPress 5.0 is released. It’s come a long way from when it was released as a plugin last year. Like everyone else, I have thoughts on the new editor.

Changing a shortcode to a dynamic Gutenberg block

Gutenberg is coming, and it will shake up the ecosystem. One of the biggest changes will come with shortcodes, since the TinyMCE editor will be no more. But it’s pretty easy to turn shortcodes into the blocks with dynamic blocks.

The new Gutenberg editor in WordPress

Revisiting Gutenberg

Like it or not, Gutenberg is going to be the new editor for WordPress sometime in 2018. So how does it look in its current state?

The new Gutenberg editor in WordPress

In defense of the way Gutenberg adds oEmbeds and Shortcodes

There’s much debate about the Gutenberg editor, especially around these custom blocks which will replace oEmbeds and shortcodes. But it’s not as bad as it might seem.

The new Gutenberg editor in WordPress

WordPress’ Gutenberg editor looks promising but needs work

WordPress’ eventual new post editor, Gutenberg, became available as a feature plugin two weeks ago. It certainly has it’s flaws but I think it has a lot of potential.