Making Gutenberg Blocks, a guide for us laggards
I was recently talking to my friend Jeremy and mentioned that I’d never quite made a “production” Gutenberg block, but had been meaning to learn for as long as that’s been a thing. (For shame!)
He pointed me to his (for lack of a better term) meta-tutorial about learning to write code for Gutenberg block. I really appreciated it. Especially because he talks specific about his process of making sense of all the concepts involved and highlighting which resources he found the most useful in doing that.
If that sounds at least a little interesting to you, give it a look. It’s where I’m going to start when I finally (probably because of an upcoming client project) have to fully and completely come to terms with the state of modern Gutenberg block development.