It’s 2021, and WordPress is only growing in popularity, representing as much as 41.4% of all websites! If you are in the market to make a new website, perhaps you should consider Headless WordPress. Because of the recent developments of Next.JS and...Read More Is Headless WordPress the Right Solution for You?
A bit of history Before I go into how I got involved with building the NextJS 9.4 WordPress Example, let me give you some background. In the spring of 2019, I was nose-deep in Gatsby. It was all I could think about....Read More Building the Next.js 9.4 WordPress Example
What Does Headless WordPress Mean? WordPress as a content management system (CMS) is a platform for creating and managing your digital content. Your digital content can take the form of blog posts, events, products, team members, locations, and essentially anything you consider...Read More Headless WordPress: Taking Posts Anywhere
Editor’s Note: The following is Part 1 in a two-part series titled, “Headless WordPress with React and NextJS.” You can read Part 2 here. Keep in mind that this article was published in 2019. Code samples are now outdated. If you’re interested...Read More Headless WordPress with React and NextJS (Part 1)