Unfortunately it has been a bit quiet here lately because I simply didn't have the time for new contributions. When it comes to WordPress Block Patterns, my fingers itches because I see them as an absolute game changer for WordPress. With WordPress 5.5 the new block patterns will finally be available and will hopefully soon be able to use their full potential.
The future WordPress editor divides minds and calls both supporters and opponents on the scene. In this post, I'll show five reasons for Gutenberg and why I think we need the new blocks in the WordPress core.
Last weekend the WordCamp Europe 2018 took place in Belgrade, Serbia. Gutenberg was of course a big topic. In his keynote speech, Matt Mullenweg, Co-Founder of WordPress and CEO of Automattic, presented the Gutenberg Roadmap for the next 3 months.
The new Gutenberg Editor is only the beginning of the revolutionary project and represents the first phase in the future of WordPress. In this article I show what could be implemented by Gutenberg in the next phases after the release of WordPress 5.0.
In another post about the Gutenberg project, I'll go into the latest layout features that have been added since my last test in November. These new functions show the new Gutenberg Editor on the way to the Page Builder.
The development of the new Gutenberg Editor for WordPress 5.0 is progressing continuously. Time to take another look at the ambitious project and test the Gutenberg Feature Plugin. Does the new Gutenberg Editor keep what it promises?