Category: WordPress

  • What if WordPress used AlpineJS as the default frontend library

    TL;DR I would use AlpineJS to create a custom theme (the old way), or maybe a tiny blocks plugin. But I would not consider it a good standard to create highly interactive blocks, both core, and custom. I have taken a look at other PHP communities to see their approach to building interactive components. A […]

  • How Advanced Custom Fields handle blocks

    Hi there! One main discussion we are having in the WordPress ecosystem right now is how we approach the block structure. With the “Dynamic Blocks” appearing, we got a mixed approach of both React and PHP, adding server-side capabilities to them, but also we added a more difficult stack of technologies to the system (you know […]