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NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts. Hence, a higher number means a better wp-graphql alternative or higher similarity.


Posts where wp-graphql has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-04-15.
  • What is headless WordPress - an in-depth comparison | 2021-04-15
    This is the principle of using WordPress with a decoupled frontend, where content is queried via an API such as REST or GraphQL (WPGraphQL), then displayed on the frontend.
  • 🦸🏿‍♂️ The GraphQL API for WordPress is now transpiled from PHP 8.0 to 7.1 | 2021-04-11
    FYI - there's a different plugin called WP-GraphQL which is a more established GraphQL solution. The one linked is part of a larger project by the author while WP-GraphQL is better focused. I also work with hundreds of large-scale WordPress setups and those that use GraphQL use WP-GraphQL, I only recently learned about this guy through Reddit posts - maybe they are upping their marketing (or it was a coincidence).
  • 💁🏽‍♂️ Why to support CMS-agnosticism, the GraphQL API for WordPress was split to ~90 packages, and benefits and drawbacks of this approach | 2021-04-07
    wp-graphql ( is the leader in the "GraphQL for WordPress" space. I wonder how they compare?
  • 🍾 GraphQL API for WordPress is now scoped, thanks to PHP-Scoper! | 2021-03-31
    A few weeks ago, Matt Mullenweg announced he'll be keeping an eye on "the GraphQL plugin", obviously referring to WPGraphQL. His expression demonstrates that he believes there is only one GraphQL plugin, when in fact there are two (the one left out is, well, mine). That made me realize how little visibility my plugin has, and I felt bad about it. | 2021-03-31
    WPGraphQL is an established plugin, and rightly so: it was started a few years ago, and a community was built around it. The work by Jason Bahl (who was until recently employed by Gatsby) and the contributors to his project has been outstanding: integrating WordPress into the Jamstack is now easier than ever.
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  • 👷🏽‍♂️ Building the GraphQL API in the Open #1 (March '21) | 2021-03-19
    Companies that use an entirely headless solution will typically host a separate JavaScript application for the front end, which pulls specific WordPress data via APIs—the WordPress REST API or the WPGraphQL plugin.
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    The WPGraphQL Plugin is quickly installed from the admin panel of your WordPress installation. You don't have to leave the Admin Panel to play around with queries either, you get a GraphQL IDE right inside WordPress: That query retrieves all the posts in a given category, a short excerpt and a featured image - ideal to create a preview for a blog post.
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    Now you can develop your React app as you are used to. Use WordPress's built-in REST-API to get data or use the WPGraphQL plugin if you prefer GraphQL.
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