WordPress Headless

WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems on the web. With it’s increasing security concerns and slow server loads more and more applications are finding ways to strip it down, only utilizing it’s REST API. We have aggregated a series of posts focusing on using WordPress as a headless CMS.

Headless WordPress JWT Vue Authentication

WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems on the web. With it’s increasing security concerns and slow server loads more and more applications are finding ways to strip it down, only utilizing it’s REST API. Vue, being one of the most popular front-end frameworks is a perfect compliment to using WordPress as a Headless CMS. This tutorial looks at using WordPress JWT Auth to secure your front-end Vue application.

Headless WordPress Category Rest API

We recently moved from a monolithic WordPress CMS website to a JAMStack setup built on Nuxt.js, CI/CD hosted on Netlify and supported by Strapi.io. Yet, we haven’t made the full transition away from WordPress as we’re still managing our blog content through the platform. Instead of running WordPress in a traditional monolithic CMS, we moved […]

Using NGINX Basic Auth for WordPress Headless CMS

As the saying goes, “old habits die hard.” And so do traditional CMS systems. Sometimes change takes a momentous effort. We are comfortable with what we know, even if something “better” is presented to us. It’s human nature to be fearful of the unknown. “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have […]