Antonio Villegas: Gutenberg Best Practices For WordPress Developers That Had No Time to Learn JavaScript Deeply

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June 10, 2019

The new WordPress block editor (a.k.a. Gutenberg) is a radical change for developers used to working with PHP. If you needed to learn JavaScript deeply and quickly to update your plugins and keep everything working, you may still feel a bit overwhelmed. The development of blocks represents a major challenge for all of us not proficient in JavaScript. In this talk we will show you a set of good practices to follow when developing with Gutenberg, as well as typical mistakes that you should avoid so that your code doesn’t break anything.

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WordCamp Nordic 2019 21

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Antonio Villegas 5

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Gutenberg 163

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English 8095

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