Search Results for ‘gutenberg

  • Daine Mawer: Gutenberg - What you need to know for the next generation of WordPress

    Daine Mawer: Gutenberg – What you need to know for the next generation of WordPress

    WordCamp Johannesburg 2018Speaker: Daine Mawer

    April 14, 2019 — As we move closer to the next major release of WordPress, the more anticipation grows around the impact Gutenberg will have on past, current and future WordPress sites. Not only will this revolutionary change effect the overall experience of WordPress as a platform, but it will also open a wave of questions, challenges and hurdles for WordPress developers, business owners and end users. In this talk, I will give you the low down of everything you need to know to prepare for the release of Gutenberg in WordPress core. Everything from how Gutenberg will change your business model, what WordPress developers need to know in terms of technical skills to keep up to date, and how it will dramatically change how we think and deliver content through WordPress

  • Mark Wilkinson: Transitioning to a block-based editor in a pre-Gutenberg world

    Mark Wilkinson: Transitioning to a block-based editor in a pre-Gutenberg world

    WordCamp Edinburgh 2018Speaker: Mark Wilkinson

    April 11, 2019 — How do we move towards a block-based admin UI in a pre-Gutenberg WordPress?

    With the rise of page builders and ‘block-based’ layouts, and the imminent arrival of Gutenberg – WordPress’ new block-based editor – we needed a solution for transitioning towards this new way of editing content while sticking with the mature and stable technology stack that we know and love.

    We, therefore, set out to find another solution and this led to the development of the HD ACF Blocks plugin that we use on most sites today.

    This talk introduces the plugin, how we built it, how it works, and how it provides value to our clients and our business.

  • Vaishnavi Patel: Gutenberg, The New Generation WordPress Editor

    Vaishnavi Patel: Gutenberg, The New Generation WordPress Editor

    WordCamp Kolkata 2019Speaker: Vaisnavi Patel

    April 9, 2019 — Vaishnavi Patel is sharing his understanding about using Gutenberg editor.

  • Claire Brotherton: The User Experience and Accessibility of Gutenberg

    Claire Brotherton: The User Experience and Accessibility of Gutenberg

    WordCamp Edinburgh 2018Speaker: Claire Brotherton

    April 7, 2019 — The new Gutenberg editor is a key part of WordPress 5.0 which is going to change the user experience of WordPress, for better or for worse. I will take a look at how Gutenberg has developed over its iterations as a plugin, examining how it works in terms of usefulness, desirability, usability, and findability, with a special focus on how accessible Gutenberg is for disabled users.

  • Kellen Mace: How to Build Your First Gutenberg Block

    Kellen Mace: How to Build Your First Gutenberg Block

    WordCamp Detroit 2018Speaker: Kellen Mace

    March 29, 2019 — Learn how to write a WordPress plugin that registers custom Gutenberg blocks and build out those blocks to provide an instant preview/feedback as they’re being edited in the wp-admin, as well as how to render them on the front end of the site.

    This session is part 2 of our 3-part Gutenberg track. Check out session 1: Introduction to Gutenberg Development and session 3: GutenPanel

  • Brian Richards: Intro to Gutenberg Development

    Brian Richards: Intro to Gutenberg Development

    WordCamp Detroit 2018Speaker: Brian Richards

    March 29, 2019 — Are you wondering what all the Gutenberg fuss is about? Interested in finding out what it takes to make a Gutenberg block? Do you like the keep up-to-date on the latest WordPress developments? If you answered yes to any of those questions, this session is for you! Brian Richards and Kellen Mace have teamed up show you the ropes on how to get on the Gutenberg bandwagon.

    This session is part 1 of our 3-part Gutenberg track. Check out session 2: How to Build Your First Gutenberg Block and session 3: GutenPanel

  • Torsten Landsiedel: UX-Probleme mit dem neuen Block-Editor (Gutenberg)
  • Business Challenges and Opportunities with Gutenberg

    Business Challenges and Opportunities with Gutenberg

    WordCamp Ahmedabad 2018Speaker: Aslam Multani

    March 11, 2019 — Gutenberg is the upcoming new content editor for WordPress 5.0. It is going to change the way we publish and develop content in WordPress.

    Also, it has generated a lot of controversies. During the talk, Aslam will be discussing different challenges and opportunities that Gutenberg brings in as it merges to the WordPress core.

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  • Tessa Kriesel: Building Gutenberg Blocks with ACF

    Tessa Kriesel: Building Gutenberg Blocks with ACF

    WordCamp Phoenix 2019Speaker: Tessa Kriesel

    March 8, 2019 — For those of us that rely greatly on Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) for customizing our themes, the release of Gutenberg was and still is scary at times.

    Have no fear! acf_register_block() allows you to create your own Gutenberg blocks using just Advanced Custom Fields.

    You will learn:
    – ACF & it’s awesome capabilities
    – How to create Gutenberg blocks with ACF
    – A few other handy ACF tips & tricks

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  • Jeremy Scott: I Built a Site with a “Page Builder” Called Gutenberg

    Jeremy Scott: I Built a Site with a “Page Builder” Called Gutenberg

    WordCamp Phoenix 2019Speaker: Jeremy Scott

    March 8, 2019 — While large swaths of the WordPress community were protesting the arrival of Gutenberg with mixed feelings, I chose to embrace it early and often, but even late into its development, I felt unable to produce the same level of work my clients expected–so it was always back to the old ways: page builders and custom fields. In fall 2018, I finished a project that relied way heavily on custom fields; it was slow and its admin UI was confusing and it made like 150 custom fields per post, but it worked and looked great. After, though, I paused and I asked myself “am I sure I can’t do this with just Gutenberg?” So I set out to try. Spoiler alert: its possible, and I did it.

    In this presentation, I’ll show you the old way vs the new way, and explain how I needed to change the way I do and think about things to deliver an identical site while shucking the crutches of page builders and custom fields and custom templates that has propped up my work for so long.