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WordPress Gutenberg: it’s not about Text Editor

To be honest, I wasn’t paying much attention after the announcement of Gutenberg back in 2010.

I never had any dramatic impacts by CKEditor embedded in the WordPress admin panel. I still think it’s one of the best examples of UI/UX text editors on the Web.

The whole development process caught my attention due to React licensing issue that got the Internet buzzing about for couple of months. Eventually, Facebook changed it.

And then I saw this video on the future of WYSIWYG editor. Gutenberg’s impact on the WordPress ecosystem will be a game-changer.

This is huge! The whole ecosystem will change its standards of writing plugins/themes. The concept of expanding viewports going beyond the classical monitor resolution, including wearables and other portable devices.

Block architecture. Enough with spoilers, just watch the video.

WP-CLI becomes part of make.wordpress.org

WP-CLI reached 1.x stable release. WordPress decided to make it as part of make.wordpress.org tools.

Great news from the WordPress community and those who spends most of their time in the console. No more weird sftpd/vsftpd installations.

It might come handy with composer bundle as we do it in Qobo for WordPress project templates.

WordPress over HTTPS

Simply had to keep this post here for future references:

HTTPS for WordPress from make.wordpress.org

WordPress 3.9.2: security patch

This release fixes a possible denial of service issue in PHP’s XML processing, reported by Nir Goldshlager of the Salesforce.com Product Security Team.

It  was fixed by Michael Adams and Andrew Nacin of the WordPress security team and David Rothstein of the Drupal security team.

This is the first time our two projects have coordinated joint security releases.

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