November 3, 2020 — Blocks are the components of Gutenberg. Blocks are simply reusable easy to use components. While there are many libraries and core blocks available, sometimes you have to writes custom blocks to meet your client requirements. The knowledge of Gutenberg can really empower you to achieve even the complex functionalities and layouts in Gutenberg.
In this session, Imran (WordPress Developer at rtCamp) will demonstrate how to quickly write custom Gutenberg blocks with the help of available tools while explaining the States and attributes of the block and other concepts.
November 3, 2020 — In this talk Pablo Postigo, co-Founder & CEO of Frontity, will give an introduction to the basics of Frontity Framework and what are the main challenges when developing a React frontend for a Headless WordPress.
This talk explains the basic concepts of React outside of the context of any particular CMS implementation. The examples help to understand React and why it is powerful. Learn how to convert a static site into a dynamic React application.
October 3, 2019 — Grandes projetos como o Gutenberg e Jetpack estão sendo desenvolvidos com o uso do React e a adoção dessa biblioteca irá influenciar como temas, plugins e outros produtos são desenvolvidos no WordPress (WP). Assim, torna-se importante que desenvolvedores conheçam os conceitos e fundamentos básicos do React.
August 11, 2019 — In 2018, WordPress will modernize, streamline, and simplify the content creation experience with Gutenberg. It represents the biggest change to the WordPress user experience in several years.
This session will teach just enough React for theme and plugin developers to start using Gutenberg today. Colour palettes, meta boxes, reusable blocks: all the new features, made easy.
June 19, 2019 — We built a React single page application for one of the largest Finnish technology magazines. It replaced their old traditional WordPress site at the end of 2018.
The application has been in development for over a year now. It’s time to share our experiences building it, talk about why we built it, and how we built it. Because there were a lot of problems, I’ll talk about how we resolved them.
To name a few: authenticating users to WordPress, social media previews, search engine visibility, integration testing, and last but not least, cache invalidation in all parts of the stack.
Everyone in the audience should be able to grasp the main points, but developers will get most out of the talk.
After this talk, attendees should feel more comfortable opening up any JS file they come across in the WordPress world and knowing a bit more about how to work with the various frameworks and patterns in use.