Creator of Gato GraphQL, and contributor to several online magazines, including Smashing Magazine and CSS Tricks.
15 things (you didn't know) you can do with GraphQL in WordPress
GraphQL is not only for building headless sites. You can also send emails to selected users, duplicate blog posts, and even translate the website. Let's discover (unexpected) ways that GraphQL can be used in WordPress.
Will WordPress be better off by adopting the Block Protocol?
WordPress creator Matt Mullenweg has expressed interest in joining forces with the Block Protocol, a new specification which aims to have “blocks” be portable across applications. This talk presents the benefits and costs for WordPress if it were to adopt this new protocol, and then, based on this information, it draws conclusions on how desirable it is to happen.
State of the GraphQL API for WordPress
It's been exactly one year since launching the GraphQL API for WordPress plugin on Decoupled Days 2020. So, how has it been doing?
Introduction to the GraphQL API for WordPress
The GraphQL API for WordPress is a brand-new plugin to access the WordPress site data using GraphQL, designed for security, speed and ease of use.
Intro to “GraphQL by PoP”, a new GraphQL server in PHP
“GraphQL by PoP” is a brand-new GraphQL server in PHP, CMS-agnostic (adapters currently implemented for WordPress), which implements the GraphQL spec and expands it with several additional features
“Create Once, Publish Everywhere” with WordPress
Presentation for WordCamp Singapore 2019 and Kuala Lumpur 2019
Implications of Thinking in Blocks instead of Blobs
Presentation for WordPress Singapore Meetup, June 2019
Introduction to the Component-based API
Presentation for JSConf Asia 2019