Here’s a plugin that introduces GraphQL to BuddyPress. Nice! 🔌
Leonardo Losoviz explores why you might want to support “CMS-agnosticism” using the GraphQL API for WordPress plugin and the 91 PHP packages it contains. 📦
Brian Cooksey, an engineer at Zapier, provides a fine introduction to GraphQL and other Graph API implementations. He also points out that REST APIs aren’t going anywhere, and it’s nice to know about the pros and cons of other options. There are a few GraphQL wrappers for the WordPress REST API floating around, and that may…
In the REST API podcast, Joe and I talked about Drupal’s upcoming support of GraphQL with their API, and how it’s so new. It is new, and it’s getting a lot of attention. Here’s a site to learn about it.
Leonardo Maldonado explains why he thinks why GraphQL is the future of APIs. Leonardo has another interesting post on how to write your first React hook.
Prisma and other contributors created howtographql.com, a free and open-source tutorial for learning GraphQL “from zero to production.” I found it in a newsletter for women and non-binary coders from Veni Kunche that’s worth a look as well.
If you like trying out new open-source CMS applications now and then, check out Django-based Wagtail, which Mozilla and Google are using. Wagtail is designed for headless deployments where the frontend pulls content from the CMS with GraphQL queries.