Examples for extending Gutenberg with plugins which create blocks.
See also: Gutenberg developer documentation
For each of the examples that include an
esnext example the following commands are required to build the plugins:
npm installto install the node packages
npm run buildto build the production version of the plugin or
npm run devto build a development version of the plugin and watch changes for automatic rebuild
First, you need a WordPress Environment to run the plugin on. The quickest way to get up and running is to use the provided docker setup. Install docker-ce and docker-compose by following the most recent instructions on the docker site.
In the folder of your preference, clone this project and enter the working directory:
git clone email@example.com:WordPress/gutenberg-examples.git cd gutenberg-examples
To bring up this local WordPress instance run:
docker-compose up -d
The WordPress should be available at http://localhost:9999
To stop this local WordPress instance later run: