We cover how to output data based on entry type and use parameters in a query.
Here are all of the videos in Headless Craft CMS:
|1||Introduction||Let's take a few minutes to review what we'll cover in this course.||02:10|
|2||What We'll Cover||Let's take a few minutes to review what we'll cover in this course.||02:35|
|3||What is Headless?||There are a lot of opinions about what a headless CMS is and is not. Here's my take.||04:09|
|4||Element API and JSON||Introducing the Element API Plugin and a quick refresher on JSON.||04:30|
|5||Installing the Element API Plugin||The Element API requires a first-party plugin, which is convienently available in the Craft Plugin Store.||02:04|
|6||Defining an API Endpoint||Let's start our API by defining an endpoint.||01:51|
|7||Accessing Entries in the API||How to expose Entry elements via the Element API. Almost as if it is what it was made for!||06:25|
|9||Adding an Entry Endpoint||A good REST API will have multiple endpoints. Let's build one that exposes the full content of an entry so we don't have to expose all of the entry data in a single API endpoint.||05:55|
|10||Accessing Assets in the Element API||Moving on to more Elements, let's review how we can access and expose Asset Elements in the Element API.||09:45|
|11||Accessing Assets in Elements in the Element API||Assets are typically used in the context of Entries. Let's look at how we can access the Assets and expose the data in the API.||12:57|
|13||Accessing Global Sets in the Element API||Next up we learn how to access Globale Sets in the Element API.||04:45|
|14||Accessing Matrix Blocks in the Element API||A Matrix field takes a little bit of extra work to make available in the Element API but it's still straight-forward.||08:37|
|15||Introduction to GraphQL||We talk about what GraphQL is and a general idea of how it works.||10:40|
|16||Installing GraphQL via CraftQL||Now that we're done talking about GraphQL, let's install it via CraftQL and starting using it.||07:57|
|17||GraphQL Queries||Basics on how to formulate a GraphQL query, fetch some Craft entries, and set and use a variable.||08:17|
|18||Entry Types and Parameters in GraphQL||We cover how to output data based on entry type and use parameters in a query.||09:47|
|19||Querying Global Sets in GraphQL||Like we did earlier with the Element API, let's look at how we can access Globall Sets via GraphQL queries.||03:19|
|20||Querying Matrix Elements in GraphQL||Just like we did with the Element API, let's access a Matrix field (inside of a Global Set) via GraphQL.||03:29|
|21||Using Vue.js, Apollo Client, and GraphQL||We use the GraphQL client Apollo and learn how to build a list of recent posts from Craft.||09:44|
|22||Auth and Restricting Access in Element API and GraphQL||To wrap up the course, we look at ways we can protect our API endpoints. We use some custom code for the Element API and review tokens in CraftQL.||17:25|
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