Wes Turner: “Headless” WordPress and What It Really Means

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February 15, 2018

There’s a lot of buzz about “headless” systems whereby the separation of concerns between administration and consumption can be achieved by using WordPress as a CMS and adding a separate frontend that consumes the data from the CMS. I want to talk about all of the “gotchas” involved in this approach, including the infrastructural requirements, issues with using plugins, and challenges with user accounts.

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WordCamp NYC 2017 28

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Wes Turner 1

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