Query any page by it’s path using WPGraphQL

One of the most common ways WordPress is used, is by users visiting a URL of a WordPress site and reading the content on the page. WordPress has internal mechanisms that take the url from the request, determine what type of entity the user is requesting (a page, a blog post, a taxonomy term archive, …

Registering Types and Fields: Pair Programming with Jacob Arriola

On Thursday, March 26, 2020 I pair programmed with Jacob Arriola, Senior Web Engineer at Zeek Interactive. Zeek Interactive is a California-based software agency specializing in WordPress and Apple iOS. They recently moved their own marketing website from traditional WordPress to Headless WordPress with WPGraphQL as the API and Gatsby as the front-end. With the …

WPGraphQL at WordCamp for Publishers

I hosted a workshop on “Content Syndication with the WP REST API and WPGraphQL” at the first ever WordCamp for Publishers on Friday, August 18, 2017 at the Denver Post building in beautiful Denver, CO. Unfortunately, there was no video of the workshop, but the slides for the workshop are here:¬†http://slides.com/jasonbahl-1/content-syndication In the workshop, we …

Denver WordPress Developer Meetup Workshop Follow Up

In preparation for the Workshop I’ll be doing at WordCamp Orange County next weekend, I hosted the Workshop for the Denver WordPress Developer Meetup to get some practice. I learned a lot about how I need to have my files organized for the workshop and learned what steps I can skip to get through the …