WordCamp Video Highlight 2018/06/08

Version 3.0.1 of the Gutenberg plugin was released on June 6th. You can read more about the plugin and the project HERE.

There have been several videos submitted from a variety of WordCamps and meet ups recently. Here are just a few. You can find more Gutenberg videos on WordPress TV by clicking HERE.

Álvaro Gómez: La Revolución Gutenberg: Del ‘Post’ al ‘Block’

El lanzamiento de la versión 5 de WordPress está programado para apenas un par de semanas antes de WordCamp Bilbao y con él Guteberg entrará en la vida de muchos usuarios por primera vez

The release of version 5 of WordPress is scheduled for just a couple of weeks before WordCamp Bilbao and with it Gutenberg will enter the lives of many users for the first time.

Eric Debelak: Creating Gutenberg Blocks

So you’ve probably heard about Gutenberg, but how do you
create your own interactive, dynamic Gutenberg blocks? I’ll
lead you through a simple example, and cover some advanced topics
like API calls to 3rd party services, server side rendering,
and using custom React components to help you understand the full
capabilities of Gutenberg – and even how to make some advanced blocks
of your own.

Miguel Fonseca & Matías Ventura: El lenguaje de Gutenberg: una estructura de datos para el pasado y el futuro

Descripción de las líneas directrices tras la estructura de datos de Gutenberg y para qué ha sido optimizado. Los beneficios para el usuario son los datos accesibles.

Artículo escrito por Miguel Fonseca sobre esta ponencia: https://lamda.blog/2018/04/22/the-language-of-gutenberg/

Description of the guidelines after the Gutenberg data structure and for what it has been optimized. The benefits for the user are the accessible data.

Article written by Miguel Fonseca on this paper: https://lamda.blog/2018/04/22/the-language-of-gutenberg/

Gutenberg Basics

Getting started using Gutenberg for content creators and business owners. Where Gutenberg originates from, what’s it good for, how to take advantage of it and which latest features should be used at your own risk.

Slides for this presentation can be found HERE.


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