Headless WordPress with React & Gatsby - Part 2: Implementation

By Nick Bishop on Jun 13, 2018

Part 2: Implementation

In Part 1, we talked about picking the tools for our first foray into the world of headless Content Management System (CMS) architectures, during our project with Fudgelearn. We had other options on our radar, but we decided that WordPress was the CMS that fit in best with our requirements. These were the main ones:

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Headless WordPress with React & Gatsby - Part 1: Choosing our tools

By Nick Bishop on May 31, 2018

Web development is accelerating at an incredible rate - new frameworks seem to pop up every day. Whilst this is exciting (at least to a front-end geek like me!), it can be difficult knowing which new tools are any good and which ones you should be using.

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Microservices: everything you need to know (part 4)

By Matteo Formica | Head of Integration Technologies on Jun 1, 2017

In the previous post, microservices part 3, we mentioned there can be different approaches to building a microservices architecture. In this final post in the current series on microservices, I’ll be looking deeper into those. Read on:

Topics: Architecture
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Microservices: everything you need to know (part 3)

By Matteo Formica | Head of Integration Technologies on May 25, 2017

Wait! Have you read part 1 and part 2? You’ll need to cover those out before reading on.

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Microservices: everything you need to know (part 2)

By Matteo Formica | Head of Integration Technologies on May 18, 2017

I’m going to pick up from last week’s post when we discussed what microservices are, and looked at the alternative approach to microservices, aka the monolith. Make sure you read that before carrying on with part 2.

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Microservices: everything you need to know (part 1)

By Matteo Formica | Head of Integration Technologies on May 11, 2017

The discussion on microservices has exploded recently. It’s been heralded as the future. But is it really so new, or something more familiar than we think? Well, let’s start by setting the scene; what are microservices? Unfortunately, there is no universal and unique definition. In the most generic way possible, this is an “architectural style”, so it can be implemented in different flavours, and can be defined in many different ways.

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