Using the WordPress JavaScript APIs for fun and profit part five - Using Slots and Fills

3 January 2020 | Jimmy Comack

Welcome to part five of our series on using the WordPress JavaScript APIs, in which we explore the APIs that were introduced in WordPress 5.0. We'll look at how we can use the APIs to better integrate with other plugins, in a reliable and safe way. Make sure to also check out our repository on »

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Is there a plugin for that?

27 November 2019 | Andy Meerwaldt

Every developer has the habit to reinvent the wheel. We search for excuses to do everything ourselves, such as "Ah no, that thing doesn't fully cover what I need" and "I don't trust code I didn't write myself". That's too bad because others might have fixed the same issues you ran into. In this post, »

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How to create a Gutenblock with ACF

30 October 2019 | Sjardo Janssen

If you have limited knowledge about JavaScript, building native Gutenblocks can be a challenge. All the documentation contains JavaScript. Yet, when you build a theme, most things are done with PHP. Advanced Custom Fields (ACF) built a great bridge to close this gap, allowing you to build Gutenblocks with just PHP! As ACF is an »

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Using the WordPress JavaScript APIs for fun and profit part four - Using the core/editor store in your plugin

2 October 2019 | Jimmy Comack

Welcome to part four of our series on using the WordPress JavaScript API’s, in which we explore the API’s that were introduced in WordPress 5.0 and how we can use them to better integrate with other plugins, in a reliable and safe way. In the previous chapter, we migrated over from our own bare bone »

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