NEW! WPGraphQL for Advanced Custom Fields

Interact with ACF Field data using GraphQL Queries

Release v0.3.5

Today we released v0.3.5 of WPGraphQL. Full release notes here: https://github.com/wp-graphql/wp-graphql/releases/tag/v0.3.5

WPGraphiQL IDE v1.0.0 with GraphQL Explorer

The GraphiQL IDE is an incredibly helpful tool when using GraphQL. WPGraphiQL has been the go-to GraphiQL IDE for use with WPGraphQL, and today we’ve released v1.0.0 of the WPGraphiQL IDE, now with the AMAZING GraphQL Explorer feature, courtesy of the fine folks at OneGraph.com.

WPGraphQL and Gatsby Livestream

Last week I joined Jason Lengstorf on “Learn with Jason” and we built a Gatsby site using WordPress, WPGraphQL and WPGraphQL for Advanced Custom Fields. Below is a recording of the livestream.

Re-introducing WPGraphQL for ACF

TL;DR Starting today, WPGraphQL for Advanced Custom Fields is FREE! Some Context In April 2019, I released the WPGraphQL for Advanced Custom Fields plugin as a paid plugin in an attempt to generate enough revenue to one day be able to work on WPGraphQL full-time. I want to thank everyone that purchased a license and […]

WPGraphQL featured on Syntax.fm

Today, I had the pleasure of being featured on the Syntax.fm podcast with hosts Wes Bos and Scott Tolinsky. In this episode we discussed how to use GraphQL with WordPress using the WPGraphQL plugin. I also announced that I’ve joined the Gatsby team to work on WPGraphQL an its immediate ecosystem full-tiime. Below is the […]

WPGraphQL for ACF is here!

Many folks using WPGraphQL have asked about how to use GraphQL with their ACF data. The answer has typically been to manually map their ACF fields to the GraphQL schema using functions like register_graphql_field and register_graphql_object_type. For a few fields, this isn’t much of an issue, but when you have dozens of fields, this gets […]

Upgrading to v0.3.0

WPGraphQL v0.3.0 is one of the most substantial releases to date for the plugin. You can read more about what was included in this release here and here. Test in Staging Environment It’s best practice to test plugin updates in staging environment, but I want to re-iterate that again here. Make sure you thoroughly test […]

What’s coming in v0.3.0?

The next release of WPGraphQL will be version v0.3.0, and is slated to be released next week. This release is arguably the most substantial release to date. It’s going to made up of 2 major features: “DataLoader” and “Model Layer“ DataLoader The role of DataLoader is to load data as efficiently as possible. You can […]

WPGraphQL at WordCamp Montreal

Étienne Bélanger gave a talk at WordCamp Montreal 2018 titled: “Your First Headless WordPress Project with ReactJS and GraphQL”. In the talk, he covers some basic differences between the WP REST API and WPGraphQL, then shows how to use React and Apollo Client to consume data from a WordPress site with the WPGraphQL plugin active. […]

WPGraphQL + Gatsby Tutorial

Zac Gordon put together a group of engineers to work on a formal project, GatsbyWPThemes.com to port popular WordPress themes to Gatsby themes. Recently, Muhammad Muhsin published a tutorial showcasing how users can create a Gatsby theme using WordPress as the CMS and WPGraphQL as the API for Gatsby to consume data from. Take a […]