After struggling with performance in Elementor, and feeling like Gutenberg isn't quite ready for me yet, I finally decided to check out the Oxygen Builder.
I had always assumed it was going to be too steep of a learning curve for me, as Oxygen has the reputation of being "for developers". But after just a couple weeks of experimenting I was presently surprised at just how easy it was to learn.
This is a recording of a live webinar I did in January of 2021 called Oxy-Curious: Get the skinny on the most lightweight page builder for WordPress. If you're considering making the switch to Oxygen, or not sure if it's the right fit for you, this webinar will walk you through the whole system and help you figure out if it's worth exploring.
As I started figuring out Oxygen, I continuously bookmarked all the goodies I found along the way. A special thanks to folks like Christoph Heine and Daniel Tullberg who sent me a ton too!
I've marked the things I've personally bought, used, or experienced myself with an asterisks.
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Tutorials / Videos
Oxygen YouTube channel* - Oxygen does a wonderful job of producing tons of videos that cover just about every feature within the builder (and how to achieve some neat tricks).
Permaslug* - Jonathan produces regular content on Oxygen, including tutorials and advantced techniques.
Isotropic Design* - James posts all kinds of web design related videos & tutorials, using Oxygen for most of it.
Oxygen4Fun* - SupaMike has quite the reputation in the Oxygen community and posts some really neat "outside of the box" tutorials (and products).
WPDevDesign - Mostly written tutorials on all kinds of Oxygen and WordPress related stuff that comes in handy.
OxyStuff - A collection of tutorials, resources, code snippets, and design sets for the Oxygen Builder.
Official Oxygen Group* - From everything I've seen so far, this is a really helpful group of folks in a very active "official" community.