Posts that dive deeper into the Gutenberg overall concepts and architecture.
Learn how WordPress uses Webpack to manage importing from the built-in packages that ship with WordPress.
wp-env is a tool that allows developers to create a WordPress development environment from the command line with zero configuration. Learn how to install and use wp-env, and discover the benefits that it provides over other local development environments.
One of the oft-repeated questions in developer circles who have closely followed WordPress’ revolution via the Gutenberg project has been: When are we going to get more responsive controls? Specifically, this question is often framed around the ability to change some design element of a block […]
In WordPress 5.0, the WordPress SlotFill system was introduced as part of the Gutenberg project and is the extension paradigm that allows developers to extend the UIs introduced with the Gutenberg project such as the Post Editor and the Site Editor.
Throughout most of WordPress’ history, classic theme development was a template-first affair. Templates housed the structure of the eventual document that would appear on any given front-end page. However, the block paradigm allows for a rethinking of how developers approach theme creation. More and more, […]