We just came back from WordCamp Europe 2017 that took place in Paris. Going to WordCamp Europe is a well-known tradition in our team, but unfortunately only half of the team could make it this year. But there is no reason to be sad, as 3/4 of us were first-time attendees. It was an impressive journey filled with many interesting and challenging experiences. Below we gathered some of our key takeaways from the conference. Looking ahead at the future of WordPress We eagerly waited for Matt Mullenweg’s Q&A session as we wanted to hear more about the Gutenberg Project that has been developed as the next generation of the WordPress editor. .@photomatt previewing the upcoming Gutenberg Editor at @WCEurope. #WCEU pic.twitter.com/MnxIQWs5u0 — David Bisset (@dimensionmedia) June 17, 2017 The editor was released as a plugin and is currently in beta version. Gutenberg is designed as a clean and distraction-free interface, focused on creating blocks of content, each of them being independent. The goal of the project is to bring new functionality to writing content in WordPress. Gutenberg hits 100+ downloads. The crowd goes wild. @photomatt also happy.
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