In this talk, you will learn about Waldo’s Friends, a not-for-profit organization from Australia focused on animal welfare, who recently revamped their website using WordPress, WooCommerce, Next.js, and GraphQL.
I will share the story of how we, at rtCamp, helped them throughout this journey. We used Gutenberg as the sole editor while maintaining functionality on the frontend, including interactivity.
You will learn how to build the e-commerce project using tools like WPGraphQL and Apollo for connectivity between the WordPress backend and the Next.js frontend.
By the end of this talk, developers and users of WordPress will know about the endless possibilities of how Gutenberg can be combined with a decoupled React frontend that offers a great user experience.