Translate content for the classic editor, Import post from RSS feed and CSV, and other common admin tasks
Adding predefined Persisted Queries to tackle common admin tasks
Strategy on supporting the latest version of WordPress, and our WordPress plugins
Leonardo Losoviz was invited to the WPBuilds podcast to talk about WordPress + GraphQL
Using GraphQL to accomplish more things than just fetching data
Using InstaWP + Gato GraphQL to forward webhook data into an API
Step-by-step analysis of the query to extract data from InstaWP's webhook payload and sent it over to the Mailchimp API
WPBuilds podcast host by Nathan Wrigley will receive Leonardo Losoviz for a webinar series on using Gato GraphQL in WordPress.
The WordCamp Malaysia 2023 presentation on Gato GraphQL is now live.
After several years of development, the first major version of the plugin is finally available.
Just a quick stop before v1.0 is handled next
A story that took a long time to be written
TL;DR of the most important changes
As GraphQL is being used for different purposes, can everyone be satisfied with a fixed spec?
The risks from GraphQL may pose a great danger to WordPress
Supporting WP 5.8, an upgraded GraphQL schema, additional GraphQL spec items, extensibility, and more
An analysis on when each plugin seems better
My take on the the discussion from /r/php
Using the latest PHP features for development
Granular management of the codebase... is it any good?
Managing the codebase requires some effort
Interview by Joe Howard on building the GraphQL API plugin
Use strong typing to model Gutenberg blocks? Or keep it flexible?
Monthly tracking the progress of the plugin
Would contributors benefit from some rest from REST?
2 heavyweights bout to become the 'GraphQL in WordPress' world champion
Video from WordCamp India 2021
Thanks to GraphQL, the WordPress data model gets a facelift
And you can scope your plugin too. Here is how to do it.
A new standard feature, and a novel one