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[chrisaldrich] GWG, for you specifically at 12:15 eastern there's Steve Zehngut on Five Reasons to Move to Headless WordPress and later Creating Gutenberg blocks using ACF Blocks which might give you some ideas for Post Kinds (?) and one on Understanding React. There's a few more React-y/Gutenberg-y sessions tomorrow too.
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[chrisbergr] I thought ACF is just a solution for people without the skills to code custom fields by hand?
[chrisbergr] A colleague always uses this for her customer projects. I hate that, whenever I have to do something on her projects, it takes forever to find the problems.
[chrisbergr] A php framework for gutenberg block seems to be the only benefit (for me), but I try to learn all that react stuff to get it done as is supposed to be.
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[arush] aCF does make dealing with custom fields more convenient, especially repeater fields, but what I really hate is the whole dependency thing. YOu almost have to drop the plugin into must-use plugins if you're going to use it on a client's project. I can't think of a client project I've used it on in the last something like 2 years.
[arush] Oh, and hi all.
[arush] And speaking of custom fields, where can I find the code for the response properties metabox so that I can add a UI to add read statuses to read posts?
[arush] Well I mean I could suggest some design but I wouldn't trust it. lol.