Nate Finch: Using WordPress as an API

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July 1, 2022

WordPress is an incredibly flexible platform on which to build websites and web apps. Traditionally, WP has been used for blogs, publishing platforms, business websites and more. It offers an all-in-one package. But what if you want to use a framework like Gatsby (or Gridsome), NextJS (or NuxtJS), 11ty, MERN, Laravel, Ruby on Rails, RedwoodJS, etc. to build an application, but long for the WordPress editing experience?

Or, what if you have a client that already has a web application running, and would like to incorporate a blog using WordPress to that application? There are many ways to “couple” other technologies with a “decoupled” WordPress publishing experience.

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WordCamp Europe 2022 53

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Nate Finch 1

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English 9497

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