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Author: Kellen Mace, Will Johnston

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Join Kellen Mace and Will Johnston from the WP Engine Developer Relations team as they discuss all things related to headless WordPress and modern web development.
31 Episodes
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Kellen and Grace bring in WPEngine's new Developer Relator Brian Gardner, Founder of StudioPress, Co-creator Genesis, to talk about building development communities. Links:briangardner.comTwitter @bgardner
The De{Code} podcast welcomes our new host, Grace Erixon. Kellen and Grace talk about Grace's development history.
Farewell Will

Farewell Will

2021-11-1550:12

Will bids the De{Code} podcast adieu and reflects on his headless development journey.
The DevRel team invites JSON Bahl back onto the pod to discuss Gutenberg. Jason talks about the benefits of Gutenberg, what's lacking in Gutenberg's current implementation, and what implementations exist for rendering Gutenberg in headless WordPress.Links:Gutenberg and Decoupled Applications
Solutions Architect Alex Moon stops by the De{Code} pod to talk rendering in front-end development. Links:The When and Where of RenderingReact's server componentsNetlify's Distributed Persistent Rendering (DPR)
Next.js Rumor Roundup

Next.js Rumor Roundup

2021-10-1801:04:13

Will and Kellen give their predictions and dreams for Next.js conference 2021. What will happen on the 5th anniversary of Next.js? Increased support for Core Web Vitals? Support for Deno? What about running the Next.js API at build time?
Atlas Content Modeler

Atlas Content Modeler

2021-10-0401:04:27

The Atlas Content Modeler teams hop on the pod to discuss the new open-source tool. Links:Github: https://github.com/wpengine/atlas-content-modelerhttps://developers.wpengine.com/blog/what-is-atlas-content-modeler
Phil Crumm from 10up

Phil Crumm from 10up

2021-09-2801:28:41

Kellen and Will welcome Phil Crum from the Web Agency 10up. They discuss whether 10up plans to go all-in on headless WordPress over traditional, how the discovery phase with a client determines whether headless is right for them, and using Gutenberg in a headless architecture.Links:Phil Crumm website: https://philcrumm.com/
Core Web Vitals

Core Web Vitals

2021-09-2101:10:34

Have you ever heard of Core Web Vitals? Kellen and Will teach you all the basics, including how to get a good Core Web Vital score, Largest Contentful Paint, First Input Delay, and Cumulative Layout Shift. They also break down how to measure your website against Core Web Vital principles and what tools could help you out.After you listen, don't forget to attend the Demolish Core Web Vitals event on October 21: https://events.wpengine.com/event/a1935572-690d-425a-905e-a54cfb071669/websitePage:5bbe0ca6-fd0c-4e77-b99b-de21baff9062Links: Core Web Vitals info: https://web.dev/vitalsMeasurement tools:PageSpeed Insights auditsGoogle Search Console’s Core Web Vitals reportWeb-vitals JavaScript LibraryWeb Vitals Chrome ExtensionLightweight-embedded videos: https://github.com/paulirish/lite-youtube-embedShipping polyfills: https://polyfill.io/v3/Tweak content-visibility: https://css-tricks.com/more-on-content-visibility/
Styling on the Modern Web

Styling on the Modern Web

2021-09-1301:18:57

Kellen and Will give a crash course in styling for the web. They go over traditional CSS, SASS, and CSS -in-JS. They also discuss how front-end frameworks account for styling and where UI libraries such as Charka and Material fit into the modern web.
Kellen interviews Greg Rickaby, Director of Engineering at WebDevStudios. Greg explains why WebDevStudios embraced headless development (1:30), how an open-source contribution to Next.JS lead to the creation of  WebDevStudios' Next.JS starter kit (9:30), and how WebDevStudios' might utilize Atlas and other technologies in the future (1:13:12).Links:Greg’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/GregRickabyBlog post: Building the Next.js 9.4 WordPress Example​​https://webdevstudios.com/2020/06/02/building-the-nextjs-9-4-wordpress-example/Blog post: Using Next.js, WebDevStudios Built a 1,000 Page Headless WordPress Website https://webdevstudios.com/2021/03/09/next-js-headless-wordpress/Next.js WordPress Example: https://github.com/vercel/next.js/tree/canary/examples/cms-wordpressWDS Next.js WordPress Starter: https://github.com/WebDevStudios/nextjs-wordpress-starter
Kellen and Will welcome Jacob Arriola from Zeek to discuss Headless WooCommerce. Jacob tells us why WooCommerce over other e-commerce solutions such as Shopify (4.18), how WPGraphQL and WooGraphQL can be used together (19.10), and the experience of building an e-commerce site the headless way and what tradeoffs had to be made to accommodate WooCommerce (39.26).Links:Jacob's Twitter: https://twitter.com/JacobArriolaHeadless WooCommerce site Jacob built: https://rudis.com/Jacob's Blog: https://jacobarriola.com/Another WooCommerce podcast: https://dothewoo.io/headless-woocommerce-with-jacob-arriola/
Faust.js™

Faust.js™

2021-08-2343:54

The team announces the new open-source WP Engine Headless WordPress framework, Faust.js ™.Upcoming Event:Learn how to set up, build, and deploy your headless WordPress site with Faust.js and Atlas - https://events.wpengine.com/event/092db3a9-7e28-41d2-ad7e-cbb16e653eb2/websitePage:5bbe0ca6-fd0c-4e77-b99b-de21baff9062Resources:Faust.js site: https://faustjs.org/Faust.js docs: https://developers.wpengine.com/docs/faustjs/next/getting-startedFaust.js Git Repo: https://github.com/wpengine/faustjs
We invite Cassidy, Ben, and Tara from the Netlify DevRel team to talk about using the Jamstack architecture with Headless WordPress.Cassidy mentions a few examples she's seen of React + Headless WordPress sites. Tara shows off a site that uses "Jamgular" (Jamstack with Angular). Ben breaks down how developers are using Vue in conjunction with headless WordPress.Finally, we talk about Netlify Edge Handlers, producing content on Astro, and up-and-coming tech that excites the Netlify team.Cassidy Williams: https://cassidoo.co/Ben Hong: https://www.bencodezen.ioTara Z. Manicsic: https://github.com/tzmanicsWebsites mentioned:https://www.harukimurakami.com/library - Website built from Angular and WordPresshttps://github.com/jamstack/jamstack.org/discussions/549 - Distributed Persistent Rendering (DPR)https://docs.netlify.com/configure-builds/on-demand-builders/ - On Demand Buildershttps://www.guggenheim.org/ https://www.netlify.com/blog/
Custom Content in WordPress

Custom Content in WordPress

2021-08-0401:06:12

Did you know you can have custom content types in WordPress? Will and Kellen breakdown what content types WordPress gives you out of the box (1.01), how you can extend the types of content in WordPress(21.50), and the Atlas tool that could make creating custom content easier(54.30).Links from this episode:WordPress database: https://deliciousbrains.com/tour-wordpress-database/Metadata: https://tomjn.blog/2016/12/05/post-meta-abuse/Post CRUD: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-MQSKErREI
To kick off the new season of the De{Code} podcast, Will and Kellen have an epic conversation about authentication in headless WordPress. They give an overview of all the authentication strategies that exist in WordPress (6.40), a breakdown of how to leverage WordPress's cookie-based authentication (37.18), where in the stack auth occurs (52.11) and the difference between authentication and authorization. To cap it all off, Kellen gives a detailed breakdown of his authentication tutorial (1.12.01). - Kellen's Blog: https://developers.wpengine.com/blog/headless-wordpress-authentication-native-cookies- Auth video tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeWxvCZHxLs
As the DevRel team says goodbye to the esteemed Matt Landers, Matt and Will introduce the De{Code} community to Atlas. They explain what Atlas is, Node Engine, custom content types, and the future Atlas framework.Atlas: wpengine.com/atlas
WPGraphQL vs REST API

WPGraphQL vs REST API

2021-06-0701:19:57

We pit WPGraphQL and REST API against each other. Which has better performance? How easy are caching and file uploads? Which one works best with headless WordPress?
The DevRel teams welcomes Colby Fayock, a developer advocate from Applitools. Colby breaks down his Next WordPress Starter kit, discusses the benefits and drawbacks of headless, and talks about upcoming tech he's excited about.Colby's Starter: https://github.com/colbyfayock/next-wordpress-starterColby's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/colbyfayockColby's Blog: https://spacejelly.dev/
State Management

State Management

2021-05-2401:16:28

Matt, Will, and Kellen give a quick overview of state management. They answer what "state" and "stateless" are, why you need states, and compare state management solutions.
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