From monolithic to headless: how and why you should adapt your WordPress stack

Every dynamic website consists of two main parts: the backend and the frontend. The backend, which in marketing websites is commonly a Content Management System (CMS), allows the website owners to manage as much content as needed without handling code changes. The frontend displays all of that content for the website users.

Rogério Moreira
Jul 2 · 8 min read
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🗿Our old stack and the monolithic way to use WordPress

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🎭 The future of WordPress is headless

💁 Choosing the frontend framework

🏛️ Defining an architecture

📝 Backend Architecture

🖼️ Frontend Architecture

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🔮 Future improvements

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🚀 Results and conclusions

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