Bad news for Gutenberg haters, Drupal announced they are adopting Gutenberg as their editor too. This will bring other developers into the project making it more powerful, faster...
Drupal needs a modern UI for rich content creation. This fall WordPress 5 is out with the brand new Gutenberg editor, a decoupled React based editing experience. It works great! And: It's open source, so we ported it to Drupal. Combining Drupal and Gutenberg is a killer combination, empowering content authors to build rich landing pages inside a rock solid CMS framework. All Drupal project owners want to provide the best editing experience possible for their users. Whether your site is a university site, a non-profit site or a high traffic news outlet: You want to empower your editors to grow your digital presence.
Drupal 8 is a rock solid CMS framework packed with powerful admin features. Our only complaint? Drupal needs a modern UI for rich content creation.
Solutions based on Panels, Paragraphs or even the new Layout module contribute to a complex workflow. Drupal admin can feel quite overwhelming!
In 2018, you expect a CMS to be both flexible and easy to use. Building a shiny landing page shouldn’t be hard!
Gutenberg: A modern UI for content editing
We want to change this. We did a presentation on DrupalCamp a while back, and have explored quite a few different options. Surely,