I’ve made my very first custom block boilerplate. It’s a great way to package up something like a Gutenberg block because custom Gutenberg blocks are just plugins! The nice thing about this is you can package all the development dependencies up in a nice neat JSON file and let node take care of installing the build process when you need it. Just drop the repo into your plugins directory,
npm run dev
WordPress has decided to make something neat. They call it Gutenburg. Sure, it has a great title, a pretty presumptuous title, but a good one. You don’t name your new feature after the guy who invented typesetting if you don’t think your thing is going to be pretty, well, neat. So, I thought I better get in on this.
So there are some examples of the one block I made.
From an editor or even designers standpoint, plugins like