This resource from Gutenberg Times looks like it might be a great place to begin with Gutenberg development.
There has been an increase in developer resources around Gutenberg. We collected quite a few here. We’ll update along the way.
Development note: for the purposes of being able to remember gotchas when developing, I’ve added this development note with this bookmark.
While I’m not sure if this is a function of Gutenberg or not, I needed to manually input the information for the post name but not post excerpt, and I needed to manually input the site name. All of this applies when attempting to parse the information from the URL, which uses the “Parse This” portion of the Post Kinds plugin. This may mean something to look at specifically when migrating that plugin.
Migrating an existing site to Gutenberg, day 1, first note: I’m trying to catch up on the latest with what’s going on regarding Gutenberg, and I can’t help but notice all the noise.
This could be a function of my social media curation, or it could be a function of there really being a lot of noise out there, or it could be a little bit of both.
I’m going to see if I can find some sort of roadmap, although I may need to create one myself.
One final note for this evening.
I’m trying to get John to agree to participate in screen share recordings via Zoom of this process. I figure if we’re doing this whole migration thing, and it’s his idea, he can participate in the work.
I also told him that this is the fluffy bunny stuff he has to do for marketing.
I think he’s still in get-off-my-lawn mode but I’m sure he’ll come around.
First thing’s first. Let’s find some books.
I have a few on React, but I want to make sure there are some absolute beginner resources. So I load yee old QRead, and
I have to re-enter Bookshare credentials because, (on this computer), books stored in QRead periodically get wiped along with credentials.
This is annoying, but I’m used to is, so I’ll get those re-entered and then search Bookshare for appropriate books.