A GraphQL server based on components instead of graphs provides the same capabilities to fetch data, while being easier to implement and faster to run. Let’s explore how this architecture works in GraphQL by PoP, a CMS-agnostic GraphQL server in PHP.
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Want to start a blog to share your thoughts and ideas with the world? There’s never been a better time to create a blog. And thanks to some user-friendly free tools, it’s also never been easier to get started, even if you have no technical knowledge. Who knows – down the line, you might even be able to make a…. Continue Reading
While the Internet has brought about many awesome things, one part of our lives which it has slowly eroded is privacy. Sharing all kinds of information about ourselves online has become completely normal. I’m not just talking about the way we now let everyone know about what we had for lunch today (I had a big salad, you?) but also…. Continue Reading
When you start using WordPress, you’re bound to encounter a number of errors, some grievous, other not so much. It’s inevitable; it can be your fault, at times systems break, someone fails at their job, natural calamities strike – anything could cause an error. Even something as good as an increase in traffic can break your WordPress site, leaving you with…. Continue Reading
WordPress is an application that allows you to easily build websites and publish content online. It was launched back in 2003 and has since grown to become the most popular website building platform in the world. The software is released under the GNU Public License, which means it is free to download and free to use. What attracts people to…. Continue Reading
This tutorial takes us to the basics of installing WordPress in a web host. There are literally 10+ methods by which you can install a deployable (i.e. ready for the Internet) WordPress site. Factors such as your operating system, intended usage (local or live) and hosting environment lead to several ways of installing WordPress. We at WPKube have decided to…. Continue Reading
Courses provide a wonderful way for you to grow your business’ revenue as well as your email list by providing value to your audience in a way that’s instructive and easy to follow. You can do this by offering fully-fledged courses to potentially earn tens of thousands of dollars in revenue or by simply using a free mini course as…. Continue Reading
Have you ever been to a website and later you start seeing their ads on Facebook? If so then you’ve probably wondered how this happens and what the advantage of it is. The website is using an easy to use tool built into Facebook Ads Manager called Facebook Pixel to perform a type of marketing known as retargeting. Retargeting, also…. Continue Reading
Occasionally updating or revising a post on your WordPress site isn’t a time-consuming task. It also doesn’t take up a lot of space. However, over time, revisions do start to add up and can eventually take up a considerable amount of space on your database. Whether you’re in a pursuit to free up some much-needed space or prevent the matter…. Continue Reading
One of the reasons WordPress is the most popular content management system (CMS) around is because it’s very beginner friendly. You don’t have to have any technical knowledge, coding skills, or experience in web development to create a fully functioning website from the ground up. That said, for those that are ready to step up their game and make their…. Continue Reading