The State of ACF in a Gutenberg World

The big event is finally within sight: WordPress 5.0, featuring the new Gutenberg editor, is coming soon. And all of the emotions leading up to this release are quite unlike anything we’ve seen in the world of WordPress…. Source: https://www.advancedcustomfields.com/blog/the-state-of-acf-in-a-gutenberg-world/

How to use external React components in your Gutenberg blocks

Gutenberg itself already exposes a lot of components ready to be re-used in our custom blocks. Most of these are located in wp.components and wp.blocks, and they include helpful building blocks for every Gutenberg block: Text Controls, Toggles, Tooltips, Icon Buttons, Tabs, and many many others…. Source: https://www.cssigniter.com/how-to-use-external-react-components-in-your-gutenberg-blocks/

Understanding Higher-Order Components in React and Gutenberg

The front-end ecosystem has been evolving extremely rapidly, with the rise of frameworks like React, Vue, and Angular leading to dramatic changes in application architectures and a whole new set of patterns for JavaScript developers to learn. With WordPress embracing React in the new Gutenberg editor, millions of developers are suddenly being introduced to this […]

Zac Gordon on Twitter

If you haven’t checked out this talk from #JSforWPConf please do! “JavaScript Hooks in WordPress” from Adam Silverstein @roundearth This explains the new hooks system in JavaScript similar to what we’ve had with PHP for years. Watch the talk here – https://buff.ly/2LtGSqz… Source: https://twitter.com/zgordon/status/1021822836556673026

PWA

This new level of quality allows Progressive Web Apps to earn a place on the user’s home screen. Continue reading more about Progressive Web Apps (PWA) from Google…. Source: https://wordpress.org/plugins/pwa/