Can you believe that it’s been two years already since the Gutenberg editor was introduced in WordPress Core? In the meantime, the block editor has matured tremendously. As of today, it also offers several no-code options for consuming custom blocks. In my opinion, the most appealing features to explore are Block Directory and block patterns. In addition to that, it was always possible to create a reusable block to share content between posts.
However, in this tutorial, I want to focus on the situation when you decide that the options I mentioned don’t fit your use case. You want to build a custom block. I’m about to present how scaffolding speeds up WordPress block development and makes the whole process way more approachable.Continue reading How to Start Block Development with Scaffolding