Drupal Gutenberg, the Gutenberg module for Drupal that was created by Frontkom, has launched version 2.6 with compatibility for Drupal 10. The module provides Drupal customers a greater authoring expertise utilizing blocks, permitting them to shortly construct touchdown pages and save reusable blocks contained in the editor with none code required.
“Putting in Gutenberg slashed our content material creation time by 80%,” a content material creator at Fortum, a Finnish state-owned vitality firm, reported to the Drupal Gutenberg maintainers. “We’re in a position to create extra content material in a shorter time, permitting us to be way more agile than we used to.”
Model 2.6 contains the next fixes and enhancements:
Drupal Gutenberg has eliminated help for Drupal 8 on this launch. Model 2.6 is totally appropriate with Drupal 10, launched yesterday. Drupal 10 was beforehand scheduled for June 2022 however pushed again to December. This launch shipped with all the brand new options of CKEditor 5, which boasts a extra modular structure, however it’s a full rewrite of the earlier model with no backwards compatibility.
CKEditor is the most well-liked editor amongst Drupal customers and is now the default editor. Drupal customers can simply swap out their editor on per content-type foundation, and the Gutenberg module will be enabled as a substitute for CKEditor. The module is superior to CKEditor with regards to design controls and constructing layouts.
The maintainers of Drupal Gutenberg maintain periodic contributor conferences on a bi-weekly foundation, each second Friday at 15-16 CET on Google Meet. They’ve totally embraced the imaginative and prescient of Gutenberg as a platform the place blocks can be utilized to edit content material and design throughout quite a lot of purposes. If you’re a person of the Drupal Gutenberg module, the maintainers are requesting suggestions by a 30-second survey.