Leonardo Losoviz says GraphQL can “rejuvenate” the WordPress data model. ⚡
Scott Taylor has started working on a GraphQL extension of the WordPress REST API that I’ll be paying attention to.
I am joined by Matt Mullenweg to discuss decision making, Gutenberg, core WordPress processes, Automattic’s business, and more.
Here’s a plugin that introduces GraphQL to BuddyPress. Nice! 🔌
Version 0.8 of the GraphQL API for WordPress is now available. This is a big release with potential for “breaking changes,” so be careful if you are updating. In 0.8, the codebase was refactored to enable extensions, further satisfy the GraphQL specification, complete the GraphQL schema, and support WordPress 5.8.
Mike Jolley explains how he created a login system for a ReactJS app using WordPress and WP GraphQL. Mike described his work as: “a GraphQL mutation which accepts login credentials and logs users in using a custom cookie, and we’ve set CORS headers so the browser allows the cookies to be used…. we can now…