Narrative of making a Gutenblock
I enjoyed this little “essay” from Leo over at Design Bombs. First, it was great to read as an introduction to the new Gutenberg-block-making tool I didn’t even know was out. The article does a great job giving you the snippets and outputs so I’m able to fall easily, without breaking a sweat. As someone who has gotten a little rusty on Gutenblocks, it was really fun to work with the code virtually.
The other reason I share it though, is that I felt like this tutorial was notably and interestingly more narrative than most I see. And I appreciated how much Leo wrote about what he knew and didn’t quite frankly. Anyway, here’s his intro, which is a good summary of both the style and content: