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Gutenberg Development with Examples: Google Maps (part 3)
Third and last post about the creation of a maps plugin for Gutenberg. Learn how to visualize the map in the front-end of your website.
Gutenberg Development with Examples: Google Maps (part 2)
Second part of the tutorial on how to create the map block. Discover how to add a Google Maps map within the WordPress editor and how to implement a UI to configure it.
Gutenberg Development with Examples: Google Maps (part 1)
Learn how to create a plugin for Gutenberg using Nelio’s plugin boilerplate. In this first part, we define the project and prepare the skeleton.
Protect your WordPress by hiding the REST API
The WordPress REST API exposes information from your website that you may not want to make public. Learn how to limit its access in a simple and effective way.
The WordPress Block Editor Plugin Boilerplate
Getting started with the WordPress block editor can be complicated. Try our plugin boilerplate to make things easier for you.
How To Generate an API Key For Google Translate
Google Cloud provides us with several interesting APIs. Learn how to generate an API Key for Google Translate easily.
How to Contribute to Gutenberg as a WordPress Developer
Contributing to an open source project like Gutenberg, the block editor for WordPress, is easier than it seems. Here we explain the steps to follow.
Resources to Master the Technologies Behind Gutenberg For WordPress
Learn how to develop for Gutenberg, the WordPress block editor, with all these resources that you have available and that we explain in this article.
Understanding Bounce Rate
Find out what the bounce rate is, what it’s telling you and how you can improve your website to reduce it and solve this issue.