September 14, 2020
September 13, 2020 — Uno de los factores que más dudas genera en los desarrolladores a la hora de requerir Gutenberg blocks a la medida es si es necesario saber React.
Si bien es la forma ideal, ya que permite construir bloques 100% nativos, muchas veces puede ser un desafío e incluso desanimar a los desarrolladores a construir sus propios bloques por no saber React o simplemente por falta de tiempo.
Afortunadamente hay otras formas de lograrlo, incluso en mucho menos tiempo de lo que tomaría construirlos de forma nativa con React.
September 2, 2020 — A walk-through on how to contribute developer documentation to the WordPress Gutenberg project, with a focus on different ways going through the GitHub PR process.
August 11, 2020 — With WordPress moving more and more into the world of blocks, knowing how to build your own blocks has become valuable knowledge. However, if you are a plugin or theme developer, you might not be sure where to start. This workshop will serve as a guide to building your first block.
July 8, 2020 — Learn about creating Gutenberg blocks the easy way, without learning React.
July 8, 2020 — When designing WordPress themes, one of the biggest challenges stems from a core component of WordPress itself: the ability for site owners to change, modify, and build new content themselves. After all, modern web content needs to be flexible and evolving, but not everyone is a developer who can build custom layouts to fit each use case.
As content and functionality become even more modular thanks to advances like the Gutenberg editor, theme designers will have to accommodate even more flexible ways of visualizing and presenting information. How do we anticipate and accommodate the needs of a constantly evolving website while providing visual solutions that are clean, thoughtful, and consistent?
In this talk, we’ll discuss the principles of Atomic Design, how to stop thinking of your content as “pages” and “posts” in favor of the concept of “building blocks”, and how to extend this mindset to utilize the potential of Gutenberg as it is now, and where it might be going in the future.
June 21, 2020 — Learn the principles of Atomic Design. Reframe your perception of content as pages and posts to work with it in the newer context of blocks. Extend this mindset to utilize the potential of Gutenberg as it is now, and where it might be going in the future.
June 19, 2020 — The New York Times release of Snowfall in 2012 took the web industry by storm. Media-rich and captivating, its design evoked wonder, fear, and desperation in the face of an avalanche. Snowfall was one of the first great art-directed digital experiences in this era of the modern web.
Art direction isn’t a new concept, though. Look at any magazine or print publication—designers have long been creating evocative media experiences. Recent web technologies have made the dream of unconstrained art-directed experiences on the web possible. In this talk, Mel will explore how we can use the new WordPress editor, Gutenberg, to create gorgeous art-directed websites.
June 18, 2020 — In this talk, we’ll discuss the principles of Atomic Design, how to stop thinking of your content as “”pages”” and “”posts”” in favor of the concept of “”building blocks,”” and how to extend this mindset to utilize the potential of Gutenberg as it is now, and where it might be going in the future.”