WPGatsby

Description

This plugin configures your WordPress site to be an optimized source for Gatsby.
See https://github.com/gatsbyjs/gatsby-source-wordpress-experimental for more info.

Reviews

July 10, 2020
Seems clear this is the new way to build a lot of sites, thanks to this kind of connection! I've built a few sites now using this plugin and the proof is in the pudding... great work and a great team wanting to push things forward and help make it happen.
July 9, 2020
The combination of WordPress with Gatsby is a game-changer for multiple reasons. This plugin is the perfect glue for that combination, along with WPGraphQL! I have been following the development of this plugin from early on. The folks at Gatsby – Jason, Tyler have worked super hard on this plugin – and the results speak for themselves! Jamstack with WP and Gatsby is my go-to stack for when someone needs a fast site. I couldn't be happier to see this plugin on the repo, making blazing fast sites accessible for more folks getting into this stack! Thanks so much to Gatsby folks and the whole community for putting out amazing work and keeping the community strong and helpful! To infinity and beyond! 🚀
July 8, 2020
This plugin enables you to write your own decoupled React frontend code very easily. Now you can write your own templates in React (Gatsby) and never look back.
July 7, 2020
WPGatsby is a magical bit of software and an essential part of the WordPress/Gatsby integration. The value it adds to my local development environment with hot reloading content updates is a game changer.
July 7, 2020
This is a game-changer WPGraphQl + WPGatsby + gatsby-source-wordress = the stack of the future! 🚀 Thanks for making this possible! 😍
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