What if we could have a WordPress website in which its dynamic content could be exported as static files? Leonardo Losoviz explains how you can combine both worlds: switch to a static site generator without having to abandon WordPress.
Query Suggestions is an Algolia feature that extends the conversational search experience. It is as if the user is, with every keystroke, talking with the search bar, discussing with it exactly what to send to the search engine to obtain the best results.
Moving from old regular template languages where the scope is rarely an issue, you may have a hard time wrapping your head around Go Template scoping constraints. Why is my variable not available here or there? Let’s see how. Let’s try and understand the impact of the scope/context within our templates and partials.
I recently added Twitter buttons to the bottom of each article on this site. One to share the article and one to follow my account. Because this site runs on Gatsby (and therefore React), I needed to perform a few extra steps. This article will show you exactly what to do.
I spent a few days last week rebuilding my blog with Gatsby. My last blog was built on Ghost, but the upgrade process was such a pain that I never bothered upgrading, and after a few years on their platform it just seemed more simple to manage a single repo instead of having to deal with deployment.
The WordPress REST API is one of the latest features of WordPress, the content management system used by 25% of the web. The API exposes data in WordPress, making it available for developers to use in different contexts, and making it possible to use WordPress as a headless CMS.
APIs built with Strapi need a database to store data. The default database management system is MongoDB. Obviously, you can use a MongoDB instance running on your own computer but, if you need to collaborate with other developers, or simply do not want to install MongoDB on your computer, you will probably want to setup a database on a server and use it remotely.