Compare GraphCMS vs. WordPress

GraphCMS WordPress
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GraphCMS is a CaaS (Content as a Service) provider based on GraphQL. It has been a GraphQL native since the very beginning and is currently the most popular GraphQL capable CaaS.

WordPress is not a very modern PHP CMS and does not use Symfony or other components. It is very popular and earns it's position in the listing of Symfony CMSes.

Main advantages
  • Ease of use to editor user
  • Low barrier to entry for developers
  • No-operations personnel required
  • Very popular
  • Good usability
  • Vibrant community
Main disvantages
  • Limited content capability for complex content modelling
  • High cost when working with large amounts of content
  • Flexibility for integrations and other enterprise requirements
  • Shoddy code quality
  • Relies on 3rd party plugins a lot
  • A weak security trackrecord, partly due to plugins
Product detailsGraphCMS WordPress

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