A Backend Engineer Learns to Build Block Editor Blocks, Part 2

I ended the last article with a functioning block that shows one thing in the editor and another thing on the frontend. The reason for doing so was so we could see how to put together the basic foundation of a plugin for the Block Editor. Now that we’re at this point, it’s much easier to start talking about things related to the Editor, things related to the frontend, how to start serializing data...

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