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Document WordPress classic editor integration points and Gutenberg equivalents #4151

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danielbachhuber opened this Issue Dec 22, 2017 · 4 comments

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danielbachhuber commented Dec 22, 2017

As a WordPress developer, it would be helpful to have a reference guide to:

  • AllMost of the ways a theme, plugin or third-party code can integrate with the WordPress classic editor.
  • Recommendation to achieve equivalent functionality with Gutenberg.

I've started working on such a document, WordPress Editor Integration Points, and can grant contributor access to whomever is interested. Alternatively, please leave comments on this issue with existing classic editor integrations that I don't yet have documented.

Once the document is more substantive, we can put it in a public place.

Related:

  • Optimize for the majority of WordPress users able to use Gutenberg on day one #4087
  • Quantify plugin and theme compatibility with Gutenberg #4072
  • Document known changes in editor behavior #4186
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youknowriad commented Dec 22, 2017

related #1316 (comment)

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mboynes commented Dec 22, 2017

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aaronjorbin commented Dec 22, 2017

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danielbachhuber commented Jul 27, 2018

I have a pretty good work in progress set of documentation here: https://github.com/danielbachhuber/gutenberg-migration-guide

I'll keep adding to that as new examples come up and the project progresses.

Extensibility automation moved this from To Do to Done Jul 27, 2018

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