User friendly authoring

Drupal Gutenberg brings the powerful admin features of Gutenberg Editor to Drupal.

We love Drupal 9. With its better performance compared to Drupal 8 and a host of other improvements, it's easily the best CMS for most larger sites. It's just missing one thing, though: A modern user interface for content creation.

Can you imagine a world where you are able to build pages though a drag-and-drop, what-you-see-is-what-you-get interface - on your very own Drupal installation? Actually you don't really have to imagine it. It's already real.

Go ahead, try it out by clicking that link. I'll wait.

If you're still not convinced, this page that you're reading right now was put together in Gutenberg, by someone with no coding background. No need to call an agency to insert an image here or put a button there. In short, Drupal Gutenberg puts more power in the hands of content creators, while also saving a metric tonne of hours at the same time. What's not to love?

What it looks like

The main Gutenberg editing interface

Everything is a block!

Meaning: everything can be placed anywhere. Need a video embed? A header? An image? Gutenberg got you.

True to the Drupal paradigm, all elements on a Gutenberg enabled page are (Gutenberg) blocks. Gutenberg comes with 20+ core blocks, and so does Drupal core. This means all existing Drupal blocks available in the Gutenberg UI can be inserted into a page wherever you want, alongside Gutenberg core blocks. And of course, you can modify them or build your own.