WP Builds Newsletter #32 - Gutenberg 4.0, PHP 7.3 and 50m Facebook accounts hacked
WP Builds Newsletter #31 - Gutenberg Cloud, WPForms buys forms plugin and robots on asteriods
WP Builds Newsletter #30 - WordPress 4.9.9, Gutenberg updates and the world's oldest cheese
WP Builds Newsletter #28 - Long live the Classic Editor, Gutenberg updates and AI taking our jobs
WP Builds Newsletter #27 - ClassicPress fork, multisite media library and cPanel acquired
This week we have Eric Debelak on the podcast talking about... what else... Gutenberg! Eric is a bit of a fan of Gutenberg. So much so in fact that he's spent quite a bit of time working on a project specifically for Gutenberg. It's called WPBlocks.Party! Seeing as how the WordPress community is full of clever people, those same clever people (like Eric) decided that it would be very nice to have more than just the standard set of blocks that Gutenberg comes with. We need more than just text and images and videos in a modern platform don't we?
WP Builds Newsletter #26 - Yoast and Gutenberg updates, WP growth fund and space news
WP Builds Newsletter #24 - Gutenberg news bonanza, good things from Envato and a free image repo!
WP Builds Newsletter #23 - Try Gutenberg, The Fields API needs help, and water on Mars
WP Builds Newsletter #22 - WordPress 4.9.8 improvements, UI fun and weird divs
WP Builds Newsletter #20 - WordPress 4.9.7 & 4.9.8 plus a spaceship going to the sun
Ever heard of Gutenberg? Nah, nobody in the WordPress community has mentioned it at all this year have they?! It's the most talked about thing in WordPress right now, and for good reason. When WordPress 5.0 ships at some point in 2018, Gutenberg will be along for the ride too, and it's going to change WordPress in a pretty significant way. Now, I'm not too sure exactly what it will look like and exactly how it will behave, because it's going through some serious iterations at the moment. It's come a really, really long way over the past year and recent updates have seen it change even more quickly.