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🤔 Have you been thinking about learning to use fragments? Well, here is the simplest description with demo.🎓 When we need to use/repeat the same fields in multiple queries, making changes can be tedious as we would have to update at all places.😬 This is where fragments come in handy 💡 A Fragment is a<p><a class="codeytek-read-more" href="https://codeytek.com/are-you-using-fragments-in-graphql/">Read More</a></p>Read more...
Internationalization is the process of developing your theme, so it can easily be translated into other languages. Internationalization is often abbreviated as i18n (because there are 18 letters between the letters i and n). Localization describes the subsequent process of translating an internationalized theme. Localization is abbreviated as l10n (because there are 10 letters between the l and the<p><a class="codeytek-read-more" href="https://codeytek.com/internationalization-and-localization-in-wordpress/">Read More</a></p>Read more...
A WordPress plugin that adds features to use WordPress as a headless CMS with any front-end environment using REST API. This plugin provides multiple features and you can use the one’s that are relevant to your front-end application. You don’t necessarily need to use all. Assets Assets folder contains webpack setup and can be used<p><a class="codeytek-read-more" href="https://codeytek.com/headless-cms-wordpress-plugin/">Read More</a></p>Read more...
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Redux Tutorial for Beginners – Content
Learn Redux without React first in the simplest of manner. Especially covers core concepts for beginners and then gradually moves to advance with React.
Gutenberg Block Development Series – Content
Learn from the basics to advanced custom Gutenberg block development. The course also includes building blocks with React and ACF.
Gatsby with WordPress – Content
Learn about building React theme with Gatsby and WordPress. Explains how to use wp-graphql to fetch content from your WordPress site.
Imran is a Web Engineer, currently associated with rtCamp. He is also a WordCamp Speaker, Organizer, WordPress Meetup Organizer, and a regular contributor to the WordPress community. He is also a core contributor in WordPress and has a rich experience in Node, React and Laravel. Apart from this, Imran has a passion for teaching and sharing knowledge which led him to start his YouTube channel in 2013, where he teaches Programming on WordPress and Laravel. Openness and inclusiveness is something he dearly loves about the WordPress community.