In the final month of 2019 there two minor WordPress releases. Version 5.3.1 was a short-cycle maintenance release that included mostly security and bug fixes. Version 5.3.2 quickly followed to tackle some high severity issues reported after the previous release.
Gutenberg 7.1 introduces a header menu to switch between edit and select tool. Captions for the table block. A welcome guide modal. A custom gradient component. and a lot of bug fixes and Api enhancements.
- How to Include ReactJS in a WordPress theme by Zac Gordon.
- How to use Apollo and GraphQL in a WordPress theme by Zac Gordon.
- Gutenberg Components: ServerSideRender by Igor Benić.
- Community submitted free block designs and templates for Gutenberg editor to help you get started by Jeffrey Carandang.
- Video: Fast & easy Docker container for local WordPress development by Alex Young.
- WP Starter: WordPress whole-site Composer packages has never been so easy by Giuseppe Mazzapica.
- Remove the type attribute from link and script tags. (The new way in 5.3) by Stephan Nijman.
- Generate contrasting text for your random background color by David Dal Busco.
- CssEg: 500+ Css icons by Astrit.
- Video: SVG section divider by CodyHouse.
- Understanding positioning in CSS by HJ Chen.
- Pixels vs. relative units in Css: why it's still a big deal by Kathleen McMahon.
- How to ease your team's development workflow with Git hooks by Konstantinos Leimonis.
- Hub: use GitHub from the command-line by GitHub.
- Cook: A CLI tool to create universal boilerplates by Eyk.
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Wishing you a loving and healthy 2020.