Blog entries, ordered by published date

  1. πŸš€ Released Gato GraphQL v1.2 (with new Persisted Queries)

    Translate content for the classic editor, Import post from RSS feed and CSV, and other common admin tasks

  2. πŸš€ Released Gato GraphQL v1.1 (with predefined Persisted Queries)

    Adding predefined Persisted Queries to tackle common admin tasks

  3. ♻️ Maximizing the PHP compatibility for WordPress 6.4 and the plugin directory

    Strategy on supporting the latest version of WordPress, and our WordPress plugins

  4. 🎀 WPBuilds Podcast: How Gato GraphQL can accelerate your WordPress development

    Leonardo Losoviz was invited to the WPBuilds podcast to talk about WordPress + GraphQL

  5. πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’» GraphQL as a (sort of) programming language

    Using GraphQL to accomplish more things than just fetching data

  6. πŸš€ Automatically sending the newsletter subscribers from InstaWP to Mailchimp

    Using InstaWP + Gato GraphQL to forward webhook data into an API

  7. πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ« GraphQL query to automatically send the newsletter subscribers from InstaWP to Mailchimp

    Step-by-step analysis of the query to extract data from InstaWP's webhook payload and sent it over to the Mailchimp API

  8. πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’» (Starting this Wed 18/10) Gato GraphQL Webinar Series @ WPBuilds

    WPBuilds podcast host by Nathan Wrigley will receive Leonardo Losoviz for a webinar series on using Gato GraphQL in WordPress.

  9. 😲 15 things (you didn’t know) you can do with GraphQL in WordPress

    The WordCamp Malaysia 2023 presentation on Gato GraphQL is now live.

  10. πŸŽ‰ Gato GraphQL v1.0 is finally out!

    After several years of development, the first major version of the plugin is finally available.

  11. πŸ₯³ GraphQL API v0.10 has been released

    Just a quick stop before v1.0 is handled next

  12. πŸ€” Why did the new GraphQL API take 1.5 years to be released?

    A story that took a long time to be written

  13. πŸ₯³ GraphQL API v0.9 has been released!

    TL;DR of the most important changes

  14. πŸ€” Should GraphQL Be Different for Different Users?

    As GraphQL is being used for different purposes, can everyone be satisfied with a fixed spec?

  15. πŸ™…β€β™€οΈ Why GraphQL should not be in WordPress core

    The risks from GraphQL may pose a great danger to WordPress

  16. πŸš€ Released new version 0.8 of the GraphQL API for WordPress!

    Supporting WP 5.8, an upgraded GraphQL schema, additional GraphQL spec items, extensibility, and more

  17. ❓ When to use WPGraphQL, and when the GraphQL API for WordPress?

    An analysis on when each plugin seems better

  18. πŸ•Έ How and Where can GraphQL improve WordPress, complementing the REST API

    My take on the the discussion from /r/php

  19. πŸ¦ΈπŸΏβ€β™‚οΈ The GraphQL API for WordPress is now transpiled from PHP 8.0 to 7.1

    Using the latest PHP features for development

  20. πŸ’πŸ½β€β™‚οΈ Why to support CMS-agnosticism, the GraphQL API was split to ~90 packages, and benefits and drawbacks of this approach

    Granular management of the codebase... is it any good?

  21. πŸ’πŸ»β€β™€οΈ Why the GraphQL API needs a Monorepo, and How it's optimized

    Managing the codebase requires some effort

  22. πŸŽ™ WPMRR Podcast: Growing a Powerful Decoupled WordPress Solution

    Interview by Joe Howard on building the GraphQL API plugin

  23. πŸ’¬ Proposing a new approach for 'Gutenberg and Decoupled Applications'

    Use strong typing to model Gutenberg blocks? Or keep it flexible?

  24. πŸ‘·πŸ½β€β™‚οΈ Building the GraphQL API in the Open #1 (March '21)

    Monthly tracking the progress of the plugin

  25. πŸ›  Should WordPress have a GraphQL API in core?

    Would contributors benefit from some rest from REST?

  26. πŸ₯Š GraphQL API vs WPGraphQL: the fight!

    2 heavyweights bout to become the 'GraphQL in WordPress' world champion

  27. πŸ‘¨πŸ»β€πŸ’» Demoing the GraphQL API for WordPress

    Video from WordCamp India 2021

  28. πŸ‘ΆπŸ» Rejuvenating WordPress through GraphQL

    Thanks to GraphQL, the WordPress data model gets a facelift

  29. 🍾 GraphQL API for WordPress is now scoped, thanks to PHP-Scoper!

    And you can scope your plugin too. Here is how to do it.

  30. πŸŽ‰ Released GraphQL API v0.7, with support for mutations, and nested mutations!

    A new standard feature, and a novel one