Ever since the news about Gutenberg is out, WordPress developers/agencies have geared their products towards Gutenberg compatibility and have started building a new niche which will feature a completely different set of WordPress themes, plugins, interaction, automation tools, site building, etc. Recently, I came across this intuitive plugin in the WordPress repository which has not only adopted Gutenberg but also helps to enhance your experience with it. It’s called the Advanced Gutenberg and this plugin includes a bunch of useful and effective functionalities which takes Gutenberg Editor to the next level.
For a case study, I will be talking about the development and compatibility of Gravity Forms with Gutenberg. Reason being, Carl Hancock — Co-founder of Gravity Forms — has been a keen advocate of Gutenberg. As a result, Gravity Forms became one of the early adopters of Gutenberg.
In a post WordPress 4.9.8 world; regular WordPress users are finding out about Gutenberg and many of them seem very happy to see/use it. Don’t take my word for it. Take a look at Gary’s Twitter profile as he has been constantly retweeting what different people are saying about Gutenberg.
🎉 Excited to release the create-guten-block toolkit today. In this post, I am going to share what is create-guten-block (cgb), what is the motivation & philosophy behind building this dev-toolbox, and the story of how I am releasing it to the public after ~200 commits and ~90 version releases.