would that be interessting to integrate in WordOps?
Why would the average Joe need this?
because I thought of the speed or is it not important?
I still don't understand.
How would this speed up an ordinary WordPress site?
ok I thought it is possible to make it with graphql faster but I think it is not possible thank you for info
wordpress do and will not use at the moment graphql instead of mysql
this would be the goal
Here were my primary goals in the website redesign:
Faster load times
Smoother page transitions
Better code deployment process
Keep my blog content in a WordPress install
Cleaner, updated look
When WordPress co-founder Matt Mullenweg told me several weeks ago that “JAMstack is a regression for the vast majority of the people adopting it,” I expected some rebuttals from the JAMstack community. Ohad Eder-Pressman, CEO of budding JAMstack platform Stackbit, was first in line. He penned an open letter to Mullenweg, concluding that JAMstack would become “the predominant architecture for the web.”
There's a plugin for it, are there any discernable benefits you can think of, to why it should be added to core of WordOps?
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