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GraphQL API for WordPress
WPGraphQL for Advanced Custom Fields
WPGraphQL Polylang Extension for WordPress
Query gutenberg blocks with wp-graphql
Expose acf blocks through graphql
WPGraphQL Extension: Adds "meta_query" support to postObject connection queries using WP_Query
tax_query support to postObject connection queries using WP_Query
Authentication for WPGraphQL using JWT (JSON Web Tokens)
Enable query locking for WPGraphQL by implementing persisted GraphQL queries.
An WPGraphQL extension that adds SearchWP's query functionality to the GraphQL server
This is an extension to the WPGraphQL plugin for Yoast SEO
GraphiQL IDE, fine tuned for use with WPGraphQL
A WordPress plugin for JAMstack deployments
Extends the WordPress JSON REST API with new routes for WordPress registered menus.
Headless mode sets up a redirect for all users trying to access the site. The only requests that are granted admission are ones that are either trying to access the REST API, the WP GraphQL API, or any logged-in user looking to access the headless install to edit or create posts.
Guide showing how to create a WordPress + Gatsby + Netlify setup in a few simple steps.
A tutorial series starting with the basic setup of WordPress and Gatsby with WPGraphQL and then dives into more advanced subjects like deployments, previews, i18n and a page-builder like setup with ACF flexible cotent fields.
Tutorial showing how to use the theme’s higher order component to facilitate previews for WordPress posts and custom post types.
A guide, that shows how to implement gatsby-image, so it can be used for WordPress media files.
This guide will walk you through the process of using Gatsby with WordPress Rest Api.
This guide explains how to get the WordPress menu into your Gatsby build.
Tutorial (3 Parts) teaching you how to build a blog with WordPress and Gatsby.
The series focuses on how we can use WordPress as a headless CMS with a GraphQL schema to interface with. After setting up our WordPress site and theme, we'll move onto Gatsby and how we can use our new schema to generate content for our Gatsby site, programmatically generating pages, converting Gutenberg blocks to React components and finishing off the chapter with a focus on SEO in Gatsby.
In this stream, Jason Bahl teaches how to use WordPress with Advanced Custom Fields and WPGraphQL to create an powerful, flexible admin dashboard, then query and display that data in a Gatsby site.
In this video, Alex Young (WPCasts) goes over how to get a simple headless WordPress setup with WPGraphQL and React.
In this video you will learn how to use GraphQL with WordPress using an awesome plugin named WPGraphQL and some extra cool stuff like GraphQL + Advanced Custom Fields.
Jason Bahl shows how to use WPGraphQL for Advanced Custom Fields.
Demo showing how to use WPGraphQL as the source for Gatsby Sites
A Gatsby + WordPress starter for continuous deployment to Netlify
Gatsby WordPress Starter Advanced - Tutorial
A port of the Twenty Nineteen WordPress Theme over to Gatsby