What’s It Like For A Developer Moving To Wagtail From Drupal?
Why switching to Wagtail after 5 years as a Drupal developer was a good idea.
Fixing YouTube's oEmbed implementation with a custom finder class
Wagtail's Embeds feature does a great job, but sometimes the embedded content providers' endpoints don't. Here's how to fix that.
Wagtail’s first hatch backers
Thanks to every backer of our crowdfunding campaign for better StreamField & forms in Wagtail!
Supporting StreamFields, Snippets and Images in a Wagtail GraphQL API
GraphQL is a promising new technology. Yet implementing it in Wagtail comes with its fair share of challenges. This article helps you to overcome them.
Wagtail Space USA
Announcing the first Wagtail event in North America
Add a Wagtail blog app to your Django project
In this tutorial from guest author Michael Yin, we'll add a blog to your Django project, using Wagtail.
Upgrading to Wagtail 2.0
Wagtail 2.0 is one of our biggest releases to date, with a focus on making a clean break from legacy design choices and limitations dictated by older versions of Python and Django. As a result, upgrading involves a few more steps than usual - but don't be discouraged. For most sites - assuming they don't rely on heavy customisations to Wagtail internals - it should be a largely mechanical process.
Rethinking rich text pipelines with Draft.js
Let’s crack open the rich text black box.
Why Wagtail’s new editor is built with Draft.js
It’s time to enjoy rich text again.
Wagtail 2.0 has arrived, and it's delicious.