As many of you are aware, Wordpress is undergoing a major update with the release of 5.0 currently planned for 27/11/2018.
We've been testing internally with the new Gutenberg editor, as well as with the 5.0 beta releases for some time. If you currently have a website integration using our plugin the good news is that it looks like everything is working without issue. We've encountered no bugs or problems with the plugin, nor with the editor - although the editing experience with Gutenberg will change.
More information about Gutenberg can be found here https://wordpress.org/gutenberg/
The primary editing change is that the shortcodes available in the Editor, can now only be found in the Classic block. They can still be used in any block type, but will not be displayed in the editor controls outside of the Classic blocks.
What to consider when upgrading
While our testing hasn't encountered any issues, it's important to make sure that before upgrading you are aware of any compatibility issues with your theme, or with other 3rd party plugins in use on the site.
If possible, before upgrading ensure you have a backup. The upgrade will require database and file changes, so it is important to ensure that you have a way to return if something goes wrong or an incompatibility is detected after updating.