Do you just need to nom nom nom on some developer-y stuff so bad right now? Okay, I’ll leave you with a couple of very technical links. First, a very long, but educational, case for using Nginx. I don’t think really anyone needs this case made anymore, but there’s still plenty to learn in this…
We’re happy to hear that Jason Bahl is now going to be working on GraphQL for WordPress full time. The project is picking up steam, and I’m expecting significant updates soon. 🚂
It’s a new year, and a great time to set some New Year’s resolutions as a WordPress developer. Here are some practical tips to up your game working with the WordPress code base.
Leonardo Losoviz describes how to implement a GraphQL server with components in PHP. He starts by defining components, and then he describes “the architectural design of the GraphQL server in PHP GraphQL by PoP, which uses components as a data structure instead of graphs.”
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. 📦
Is there a return to text-focused publishing on the web underway? If so, what does that mean for WordPress?