Update This plugin has been closed as of March 15, 2022 and is not available for download.
A block suite that
includes claims certainly includes custom queries for post lists and which does extend Gutenberg in two interesting ways: custom inline color and fonts.
This one’s a bit confusing, as there is already another plugin called Advanced Gutenberg Blocks.
This plugin offers a balanced list of blocks, including some not too common, such as the “Advanced list” and the “Summary” blocks.
Scrap my previous post on how to get a decent WooCommerce Product carousel, this block works a lot better!
This plugins keeps its settings to their very basic, but offers a nice set of blocks to display WooCommerce Products.
Update: This block has been removed from the repo, not sure why, you can still grab the cached version here, but since I am not sure about the reason for this takedown I would not advice using this plugin for anything other than testing purposes.
New update. I just realized the plugin is available on the repository again. I am not sure what happened, but I am delighted to see it again. I have not noticed any significant changes from the previous version.
I am still looking for the best block to show a grid/list/slider/carousel of posts, including Custom Post Types. I am going to take a shot at this one today:
One of the holy grails of blocks, as far as I am concern, is post loops. To me, this is the essence of dynamic blocks and over time I have used several tags to keep track of the blocks I review that include this feature in some capacity, most notably:
Out of the three above I believe that it is paramount that any new “post loop” blocks include support for all registered CPTs and Custom Taxonomies on a given WordPress site.
Gosign has an alternative to blocks, offering them individually. This makes it harder to manage them all but improves discoverability.
Formerly known as: Archive Mapping and Post Selector Gutenberg Block