This is an example block used for demonstration at WordCamp US 2018, showing how to use WPGraphQL with Gutenberg.
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WCUS Curated Posts Demo

This repo is an example Guten Block that was shown during a lightning talk at WordCamp US 2018 in Nashville, TN


This block relies on WPGraphQL being installed on your WordPress site.

Create Guten Block

This project was bootstrapped with Create Guten Block.

Below you will find some information on how to run scripts.

You can find the most recent version of this guide here.

👉 npm start

  • Use to compile and run the block in development mode.
  • Watches for any changes and reports back any errors in your code.

👉 npm run build

  • Use to build production code for your block inside dist folder.
  • Runs once and reports back the gzip file sizes of the produced code.

👉 npm run eject

  • Use to eject your plugin out of create-guten-block.
  • Provides all the configurations so you can customize the project as you want.
  • It's a one-way street, eject and you have to maintain everything yourself.
  • You don't normally have to eject a project because by ejecting you lose the connection with create-guten-block and from there onwards you have to update and maintain all the dependencies on your own.

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