December 28, 2018 — The goal of this session is to show how some of the most popular WordPress plugins are responding to, interacting with and supporting Gutenberg as well as what’s in their roadmaps. The plugins discussed include SEO (YOAST), page builders (Beaver Builder / Elementor / Divi), custom fields (Advanced Custom Fields), gallery sliders (NextGEN Gallery), forms (Ninja Forms) and others (TinyMCE Advanced, WooCommerce, etc.).
– Although it’s release is scheduled for 2018-11-19, the Gutenberg beta is supported by some major plugins – New features that Gutenberg enables in these plugins – Ideas on how Gutenberg can be used to enhance the editing experience
December 28, 2018 — This technical session is for developers as well as users with at least a little coding experience. After a brief introduction to what Gutenberg is and what it can do, the presentation will show simple bits of code and demonstrate how these bits of code translate into a Gutenberg block.
Building a Gutenberg block is very simple
Gutenberg blocks make the editing experience a lot richer
June 4, 2018 — The idea of this talk is to provide some insight and show a possible way of using WordPress as a headless CMS and take advantage of modern JS frameworks. Part of the presentation will be focused on showing how to build a simple application using this approach and the cool possibilities of using React + WP.