How to Translate custom Gutenberg Blocks with block.json
In the previous post I wrote a guide in how to create custom Gutenberg blocks with block.json. As a follow-up, this is a guide in how to handle translation of your block using this method.
Creating Custom Gutenberg Blocks with block.json
Following the updated norms in WordPress Gutenberg, custom blocks should now be registered using a block.json file. In this guide we'll go into details on how to go about this.
Gutenberg: Updating withSelect and withDispatch into React Hooks (useSelect and useDispatch)
This post is a quick introduction into a way to keep your your Gutenberg code up to current standards by using React hooks. We'll see how this is beneficial, why we should do it, and how.
How to Add Post Meta Fields to Gutenberg Document Sidebar
In this post we'll look at how to add custom post meta settings to the Gutenberg sidebar, in "Document" tab, rather than relying on adding meta boxes the traditional (and quite honestly much more manual) way.
In-Depth Guide in Creating and Fetching Custom WP REST API Endpoints
How to Deprecate Gutenberg Blocks
One of the most common issues with updating a theme or plugin with Gutenberg blocks is that making changes to the block code will break all existing posts using that block. Luckily WordPress offers a solution; a way to deprecate blocks. In this post we'll look at how to do this.
Create and Fetch Custom REST Endpoints in Gutenberg Blocks
In this post I'll attempt to create an overview of how to create custom REST API endpoints and perform requests for them in a custom Gutenberg block. That is, making requests with fetch methods for information not available in WordPress' registered data stores.
Tutorial: Create a Slider as a Dynamic Gutenberg Block
A tutorial on how to create a dynamic WordPress Gutenberg block with withSelect and PHP render. The end result is a slider.
Gutenberg Block Patterns: A Developer’s Look
A look into WordPress Gutenberg's new block patterns, in the eyes of a developer. We'll look into what they are, what they can be used for, and a deeper look into how to write code for them.
Add Custom Settings to Existing WordPress Gutenberg Blocks
In this post we'll go into detail in how to add your custom settings to existing WordPress' Gutenberg blocks with two example code of real-life use-cases.