Highlighted: WordPress eXtended RSS, GraphQL and HTTP/2 server push

Three interesting articles for web developers this week:

Using WordPress eXtended RSS format for content migrations

WordPress Extended RSS is an extension to the RSS format and could be a universal language for content migrations. It is widely deployed in the WordPress world and offers enough structure for migrating common content structures like news articles and content pages.

Using WordPress eXtended RSS format for content migrations

Introduction to the GraphQL, the “SQL of Graph Databases”

Now that even Drupal is popularising GraphQL, the Facebook driven Query Language for Graph Databases, it’s time to take a closer look at how to apply it in practise.

Introduction to the GraphQL, the “SQL of Graph Databases”

Practical example of HTTP/2 Server Push for projects using the Symfony HttpKernel Component

HTTP/2 supports a feature called Server Push. This allows the server to send stylesheets, javascript and other assets to client browsers without separate requests.

Practical example of HTTP/2 Server Push for projects using the Symfony HttpKernel Component

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