Category Features

Posts block type upgraded

Today work was done on the Posts block type. This is the default or most common block ACF Engine offers for listing posts. There is also a Post Table block which renders posts in a table which is useful for…

Block type count update

It’s November 14th, only just over a week since ACF Engine was approved for the official WordPress directory. As of today our bleeding edge dev version of ACF Engine has 63 block types! Yes, SIXTY THREE, baby! It’s a tonne…

Front-end form support in testing

We are currently working on front-end ACF form support! The solution includes all the acf_register_form() or acf_form() settings, and that means ability to either update or create a new post. As of November 10, we have a working test where…

Key features only in the pro version

A common question we hear is “what’s in pro” or “why should I upgrade ACF Engine”. A short summary of the answer is that you get 3 additional Object Types that are managed by ACF Engine, these include Forms (front-end…

About ACF Engine

The concept for ACF Engine first arose at least 8-years ago. Working with ACF was one of my first experiences when switching to WordPress over a decade ago from Drupal. Because in Drupal there is a built-in “webform module” and…