Alain Schlesser: Building a Realtime Status Page using the Combined Power of Gutenberg and Firebase

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October 29, 2019

Modern infrastructure technologies like serverless computing and real-time databases offer a huge potential for new and improved online user experiences.

In this session, we’ll go through a practical use case to find out how we can harness their power in the context of WordPress.

We’ll build a Gutenberg block that shows status updates, to be incorporated into a status page. We’ll use serverless computing to allow adding status updates via a Slack command, and we’ll use a real-time database so that all visitors receive these updates in real-time without any impact on our WordPress server.

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WordCamp Brighton 2019 5

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Alain Schlesser 18

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Firebase 1
Gutenberg 169

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English 8272

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