Block deprecation – a tutorial
There’s no need to use a dynamic block if you foresee that your block will change and evolve over time. You can use a static block and use Block Deprecation whenever you update your block. This tutorial post shows you how.
Creating a custom block that stores post meta
Learn how to create a custom dynamic block that saves information to custom post_meta and creates a one-to-one experience in both the block editor and on the front end. You will see an example of how to to use @wordpress/create-block package to scaffold a block.
Static vs. dynamic blocks: What’s the difference?
The Block Editor offers two types of blocks: static and dynamic. The difference between these two types of blocks comes down to how they are rendered on the front-end. Read on to learn more about the details, advantages, and disadvantages of each.
Some very cool things can happen when you hit Enter in a block.
A very cool thing happens when you hit Enter in a block. Actually, three very cool things can happen. Read on to discover how you can make them happen in your custom blocks.
2022: the block developer’s year in review
As 2022 draws to a close we review the past year from a block developer’s point of view. We review all the latest developments in the block editor and survey the resources that became available over the year. We end with a look forward at what’s to come in 2023.