The Imaginary Block-vs-Classic Battle in WordPress | If I don’t use the “Classic Editor” plugin OR Full Site Editing, do I even exist?

The Imaginary Block-vs-Classic Battle in WordPress | If I don’t use the “Classic Editor” plugin OR Full Site Editing, do I even exist?

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  1. Despite my initial gripes, I am grateful that WordPress opted to deploy the Block Editor and basically dropped in a React app in the middle of a PHP-centric framework; it really catalyzed me to learn modern JS development to build custom blocks, which has led me to looking at other models of building sites, such as Jamstack. As a result, I’m looking more at other platforms, as well, because if I am going to move away from a PHP framework, I have less incentive to stick with WordPress. In this sense, I feel WordPress sealed it’s fate as a platform that developers will have less and less interest in using over time. I imagine a year or so from now, I will be building drastically less WordPress sites than I currently do.

 

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