So I work in an Agency environment the dev teams day to day tech stack is:
- Sage 9 theme (no bootstrap or tailwind, just empty)
- Classic Editor
- ACF Pro
We generally build themes from scratch that our in-house team of designers give to us.
Until recently I didn’t know that the Classic Editor would be going into sundown:
For us this will force our hand to move to using Gutenberg development if there is to be be no support of the classic editor at some point.
After an brief investigation on how we would continue to use Sage and ACF I found this…
It seems a nice and clean way to begin but if we’re to move to Gutenberg I would want to take advantage of the chunking of the CSS and JS etc… which is why I recently posted this tread after playing with the idea…
In our theme development I would also like to strip out all the native Gutenberg blocks and just have our bespoke ones to use as our designs are extermely tailored to specificatoin and design which I know how to do.
Sorry for the long winded explanation, here’s my question…
Do any of you out there have a good way to develop with Sage and Gutenberg in a similar way or one in which we could easily adapt to from our current setup?