Hey, devs

When starting new projects do you prefer cloning a repo and making changes yourself or is there a scaffolding tool you enjoy using? Is Yeoman still a thing or is there something newer/better/preferred on the block?

Trying to figure out what would be easiest for anyone using this plugin boilerplate project in the future: github.com/jrtashjian/pluginwp

🚀 I open sourced my plugin tonight. It's something I've used as a starting point for many private plugins as well as projects my team and I build at .

Still some work to do to document the project and why I made certain decisions and how to use it as a foundation for your own plugins. It's also very specific to creating apps with and the Block Editor component anywhere in the admin.


I’ve been on here a while but never wrote an post so here it is.

My name is Mark thought most people call me JR (J.R. not “junior”). I am a believer and follower of Christ. My passion is and I’ve been at it professionally for over 14 years. Though I mostly develop for the web I enjoy working with the including the hardware and architecture of it.

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Wanted to share a method of how we're converting some blocks in CoBlocks into core blocks. A lot of "early day" blocks today could become extensions of core blocks, block variations, or block patterns. The Block Editor has come a long way. github.com/godaddy-wordpress/c

Group and Column blocks that have CurateWP
2.0 blocks within them will present new controls, allowing you to change multiple CurateWP blocks at once!

Check out this early demo:

I've been working towards CurateWP 2.0 with better integration within the block editor. Here's a preview of the first block I'm calling "Post Picker" which allows you to embed a single post into a page.



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