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Doc’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. This week’s video talks about the features in the new beta of Gutenberg (Gutenberg 2.0) plus lots of discussion about WordCamp Miami 2018. Update your WordPress! Always. Love WordPress news but hate reading? My name is Doc and this is Doc Pop’s News Drop. First off, WordPress version 4.9.2 has recently been released and it’s a security update featuring a fix for an XSS vulnerability and 21 other bug fixes. Now […]
This article is a part of series of articles about Gutenberg development for WordPress developers. Back in the day when Custom Post types had just been merged in core, in WordPress 3.0, I used to think about how innovative the WordPress 5.0 release would be. Not long ago, I started calling it the Next WordPress. Well, fast-forward to 2018 and we have an expected date of release for WordPress 5.0. In the State of The Word, 2017, Matt Mullenweg announced the focus of next year’s WordPress development, the Gutenberg project. Gutenberg is the new and exciting project set to join WordPress Core […]
Gutenberg was the biggest WordPress news in 2017. Matt Mullenweg announced and strongly backs the project that is looking like it could change the landscape of the CMS. Because we still don’t have an official release date, there is still a lot of speculation surrounding the project. Could it make WordPress even more competitive than it already is? We spoke to Adam Warner, Open Source Community Manager at Sitelock, about where he thinks Gutenberg and WordPress will be in the new year. WordPress Will Continue to Dominate WordPress can scale large enough to power an enterprise site and still support […]
Learning new things is always tricky, but some folks just can’t get the hang of WordPress’s upcoming editor.
The Gutenberg Editor is coming to WordPress next year. Here’s how to explain the new content-based block editor in terms everyone can understand.
Last week, Matt Mullenweg announced that WordPress was breaking up with ReactJS due to Facebook’s patent clause, which means that the upcoming Gutenberg editor will be completely re-written in some other language. Probably Preact or VueJS.
Doc’s WordPress News Drop is a weekly report on the most pressing WordPress news. When the news drops, I will pick it up and deliver it right to you. WordPress 5.0 and the Gutenberg Editor are still coming, just a little later than we may have originally hoped. In this week’s video, we talk about the revised suggested roadmap for Gutenberg, WordPress 4.9, and other future releases. One quick note, shortly after we edited this video, Matt Mullenweg shared this post about the Gutenberg team’s decision to move away from React and use a different library, which Matt states will […]
One of the benefits of working with WordPress is its maturity as a platform. However, the reason it has stayed so relevant is the project’s adaptability. Recently, there have been great strides towards a switching to a brand new editor called Gutenberg. As with any major software change, you’ll want to make sure your existing plugins and themes will be compatible with this new editor. Thankfully, the code for the Gutenberg editor is now available as a public plugin in the WordPress.org Plugin Directory. This means you can download and install it to get a feel for any major compatibility issues in […]