This is a temporary page to keep all the old stuff at least in existence. this page is for Gutenberg stuff.
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This is the page for all my WordPress development learning & tutorials. Quick note: My learning efforts are currently focused on WordPress & React Development. If you see something that could be improved please share in the comments.
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Note on the Setup Guides: I still haven’t figured out the “Holy Grail” setup for developing WordPress plugins, and my desire to actually code and build things is pulling me into actual coding as opposed to tinkering with my webpack scripting setup. So, what I have in the WordPress setup section is a list of options, each with their pros and cons.
Most of the setup guides create easy to use development environments, but they lack the ability to hook into the source code of Gutenberg, which is a deal breaker for me since I like to interact with the source code instead of just looking at it and guessing what its doing. Unfortunately my “hooking into source code” doesn’t allow me easy access to the database because it uses Docker, and their Dockerfile is pretty complex so i’m unable to just plop on a DB admin container. Instead, I have to exec into the Docker container and run my SQL queries from the command line.
Then there are the simpler setups using XAMPP that allow easy database access and the ability to use SCSS but no source code interactivity. As I discover new and improved setups I’ll add them. In the meantime you’re stuck with what you can come up with or use the setups below 🙂