With its growing list of features and blocks, it’s difficult to know where to begin in preparing an existing WordPress plugin for Gutenberg. That’s why we’re going back to the start to focus on the one change that has kept us most excited about Gutenberg since day one—the block and its ability to unify the content creation interface. Unifying Content Creation in WordPress Before reimagining how our Give plugin will integrate with Gutenberg, it’s important to first understand the focus of the new editor and the problems it aims to solve. Like most of the WordPress community, we got our first glimpse of the Gutenberg vision through Matt Mullenweg’s early description of the project: “The editor will create a new page- and post-building experience that makes writing rich posts effortless, and has ‘blocks’ to make it easy what today might take shortcodes, custom HTML, or ‘mystery meat’ embed discovery.” —Matt Mullenweg For all of their quirks, the shortcodes and “mystery meat” that Mullenweg mentions represent some of the most powerful and relied upon functionality of Give and thousands of other plugins
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