Spread attributes react
What Is React? In front-end development, the least performant things you do are reading and writing from the DOM. A very hard thing to do, consistently across browsers, is referencing and updating the DOM. React provides a better system for this, by implementing a reactive programming model and a virtual DOM abstraction. … [Read more...] about Do You Need to Know React as a WordPress Developer?
By the way, all of these CodePens are based on the first CodePen in the React documentation. The React documentation is VERY good and full of CodePens you can play with. Strongly recommended. My goal is to apply this to WordPress concepts as quickly as possible, but I’m showing similar concepts, I recommend you read both my posts and walk through the React interactive, introduction to React tutorial on the React site. … [Read more...] about React Basics For WordPress Developers
In this week’s News Drop we have an in-depth conversation with Josh Pollock about React, Gutenberg, and his predictions for WordPress. Josh is the founder/lead-developer at Caldera Forms and a regular Torque contributor. … [Read more...] about A chat with Josh Pollock about React, Gutenberg, and WordPress
I also changed the save callback so it returns null. Because I did that, Gutenberg will save the attribute values as an HTML comment in post content. That comment will be stripped out at render-time. You can use a PHP render callback, like a shortcode callback or you can save the attributes in HTML markup, or you can save them in post meta. There are a lot of options documented here. … [Read more...] about Using React For WordPress Gutenberg Development