In an upcoming course on Theming with Gutenberg I felt it was important to tackle the phrase "Gutenberg Compatible" that has come up in various discussions in the community as well as with some new themes being marketed as "Gutenberg Compatible." The take away from the video is summed up in this quote from one of … Continue reading What Does “Gutenberg Compatible Theme” Mean?
Oh how I love my hometown WordPress DC Meetup group. It's been going for years and I have had the honor to speak a few times. Tonight they did a special session for users (with some dev questions at the end) on the new drag and drop, block editor for WordPress, code named Gutenberg. https://twitter.com/zgordon/status/986380399487176705 … Continue reading WordPress DC Gutenberg Meetup
https://twitter.com/zgordon/status/985462303255490560 For years I have wanted to make it to WordCamp London. Since doing my study abroad at Cambridge, I have felt a second home in the UK. This year I got to finally be in England for WordCamp London 2018. https://twitter.com/tomcchute/status/985119398695522304 The week before the Camp I did an informal Gutenberg workshop with the … Continue reading WordCamp London Gutenberg Workshop
In this Podcast episode I talk with OSTraining about the React Book they are publishing and I'm authoring. Take a listen!
This week I had the opportunity to stop by Pragmatic, a leading WordPress UK agency to do an informal chat / workshop around Gutenberg. https://twitter.com/tomcchute/status/983659963720634369 What We Talked About I didn't want to take too much time going over things that I already covered in my Gutenberg Development Course. But there were still some folks … Continue reading Gutenberg Jam Session with Pragmatic
Very excited I was when Ana Silva and Jenny Wong reached out to me about a UK WP Community led event series called Guten Tag. They, along with some Core developers, Plugin developers, designers, managers, agencies and others to discuss the finer points of the roll out of Gutenberg and what it meant to everyone … Continue reading Guten Tag Events – A Gutenberg Community Series – The First 4 Sessions
There is a great community series on Gutenberg starting called Guten-Tag. One of the first sessions I am doing with this series is on "How to Stay Up to Date on Changes in Gutenberg." This has been a really relevant topic for me because I have released a course on Gutenberg Development, a Live Gutenberg … Continue reading How I Follow Changes in Gutenberg Development
While working on my Gutenberg Development Course I was really happy to find out that the core developers ported over much of the internationalization features we are familiar with on the PHP side into a client side library available as wp.i18n. Example of __() in Action https://gist.github.com/zgordon/6d65957530c2598b0cc4d041e1a1dd15 Since wp.i18n is available in the global scope, you can access … Continue reading How to Use wp.i18n.__() to Allow for Translation of Your Gutenberg Block Text