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  1. WPPoland
    WPPoland January 7, 2018 at 03:22 | | Reply

    I’m still wondering how it will work with Visual Composer on any other drag and drop tool. I hope to see the back-compatibility. I think that WordPress developers will have a lot of work to do when WP 5.0 will be released to fix all the broken issues.

    1. David Aguilera
      David Aguilera January 15, 2018 at 04:24 | | Reply

      I think Gutenberg’s goal is to get rid of VC and other visual tools. And not only those—Gutenberg and its “web components” will eventually replace widgets, menus, and so on. Just take a look at Matt’s comment on this topic: https://ma.tt/2017/08/we-called-it-gutenberg-for-a-reason/#comment-587614

      I honestly don’t know if it’s going to be a good or bad thing… but one thing’s sure: it’ll be a revolution!

  2. dwight
    dwight January 12, 2018 at 08:11 | | Reply

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  3. DD George
    DD George March 15, 2018 at 22:39 | | Reply

    I strongly doubt it will be the death of WordPress. I believe, if it ever happens… WordPress will rise up like a Phoenix who died just to be reborn. Anyways, enough with mythology. I have high hopes for the upcoming WordPress update and its new WP editor. I understand that the majority of resistance for this update is because of familiarity with the current editor and the span of time everyone needs to be familiar with the Gutenberg editor. But with the newcomers who is about to start with WordPress, hopefully the new update will not raise a problem. But rather, encourage them more to enjoy and be more creative with their websites with the use of WordPress. Awesome Review on the Gutenberg editor. Thanks Kevin!

  4. tom alex
    tom alex October 4, 2018 at 06:17 | | Reply

    According to reviews gutenberg seems flop.

    Gutenberg has some amazing functions like : blocks, color blocks.

    However, old one was very simple and best!

    Thank you for the share. 🙂

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