Blog entries, ordered by published date

  1. πŸ₯Š GraphQL API vs WPGraphQL: the fight!

    Ladiessssssssssss, and gentlemen. Welcome to the MGM Grand Garden Arena for the bout of the century! Tonight, we are making history. Two young fighters will face each other out in the ring, clashing for the prize they have worked so hard for: To become... Read more

  2. πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’» Demoing the GraphQL API for WordPress

    Yesterday I talked about GraphQL on WordPress, for WordCamp India 2021. I explored these topics: πŸ‘‰πŸ½ What is GraphQL? πŸ‘‰πŸ½ How is it different from REST? πŸ‘‰πŸ½ How do we use it with WordPress? Alongside, I did a demo of the GraphQL API for WordPress... Read more

  3. πŸ‘ΆπŸ» Rejuvenating WordPress through GraphQL

    WordPress is a legacy CMS: having been invented over 17 years ago, it's filled with PHP code that, given a new chance, it would be coded in a different way. GraphQL is a modern interface to access data. Please notice the word "interface": it... Read more

  4. 🍾 GraphQL API for WordPress is now scoped, thanks to PHP-Scoper!

    Plugin GraphQL API for WordPress is now scoped. This means the plugin can be finally uploaded to the WordPress plugin directory. To do it, I'm using the wonderful PHP-Scoper. Using this library with WordPress does not go without its challenges, so I'll... Read more

  5. πŸŽ‰ Released GraphQL API v0.7, with support for mutations, and nested mutations!

    Version 0.7 of the GraphQL API for WordPress, supporting mutations, and nested mutations, has been released! πŸŽ‰ Here is a tour showing the new additions. 1. Mutations! πŸš€ GraphQL mutations enable to modify data (i.e. perform side-effect) through the... Read more