My mind is a bit blown by learning about the “Drupal Gutenberg” project to make the #Gutenberg editor be a block editor on top of #Drupal. Rather than just being for #WordPress, one of the people spoke about Gutenberg as the “editor for the open web”.
I like that vision! And I like working with Gutenberg as an editor.
[NOTE: I don’t use Drupal myself. I’m building sites on #WordPress. I just think this is a great development.]
Even more potentially interesting is the work underway on a “Gutenberg Cloud”, effectively a directory / hosting service for “blocks” that can be used within the #Gutenberg editor:
Now, that all is still in development, but it’s interesting to see where this can go - and only further reinforces the need to understand more about Gutenberg.
Two more #Gutenberg notes:
1. One of the Gutenberg team members wrote this post about the developments:
2. The WordPress VIP team put out this video showing how custom blocks could be developed and used very easily:
which really does show the potential. I like where this is all going!
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