Discover the power of WPGraphQL and REST API in unleashing the potential of Headless WordPress. Explore how both tools work in this guide.
The WordCamp Malaysia 2023 presentation on Gato GraphQL is now live.
This article will explore GraphQL and WPGraphQL, delving into their core principles, architecture, and how they contrast with the WordPress REST API.
WordPress powers over 43% of the web, and that makes it a prime target for hackers and bots. But […]
One of the most common ways WordPress is used, is by users visiting a URL of a WordPress site and reading the content on the page.WordPress has internal mechanisms that[…]
How to use WordPress headless CMS to create a blazing fast website in Astro
Join host David Vogelphol and his guest Jason Bahl, the creator of WPGraphQL, as they talk about the rise of headless WordPress.
No more big, ugly blobs of Gutenberg blocks! Read this quick-tip blog post to learn how the structure that JSON provides helps avoid that.
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WP Engine is deepening its investment in headless WordPress with the creation of a new team dedicated to furthering the technology developers rely on when opting for this architecture. The[…]
Version 1.0 of the WPGraphQL plugin is now available in the official plugins directory on WordPress.org. This is the first stable version recommended for use in production, landing nearly four[…]
The WPGraphQL for Advanced Custom Fields plugin is now available for free on GitHub after a short time as a commercial product. Jason Bahl, creator and maintainer of the WPGraphQL[…]