‘REST API’ Videos

  • Félix Zapata: Cómo usar GraphQL para consumir la API REST de WordPress

    Félix Zapata: Cómo usar GraphQL para consumir la API REST de WordPress

    WordCamp Madrid 2017Speaker: Félix Zapata

    May 16, 2017 — ¿Qué podemos hacer con una especificación de consulta de APIs REST y una herramienta que expone una? Descubriremos cómo utilizar GraphQL (creado por Facebook) para realizar consultas de datos sobre la API REST de WordPress de un modo que tal vez no hubiéramos imaginado anteriormente.

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  • Konstantin Obenland: WordPress in React

    Konstantin Obenland: WordPress in React

    WordCamp Berlin 2017Speaker: Konstantin Obenland

    May 16, 2017 — Überblick einer React App für ein WordPress Frontend am Beispiel des neuen Plugin Verzeichnis.

    – Benötigte NPM module
    – Entwicklungsworkflow mit Grunt
    – Anforderungen an die REST API
    – Verwendung des REST API Javascript layers
    – Struktur und Aufbau der React Komponenten – im Plugin Verzeichnis
    – Das Endergebnis

    Optional:
    Internationalisierung mit Moment, Jeb, und Calypso-i18n

  • Roy Sivan: Learn JS Deeply, but Don’t Forget About PHP

    Roy Sivan: Learn JS Deeply, but Don’t Forget About PHP

    WordCamp San Diego 2017Speaker: Roy Sivan

    May 4, 2017 — PHP is the language that WordPress is built on, and it isn’t going anywhere. “Learn JavaScript deeply” is a great sentiment, and I feel like every aspiring developer should take JavaScript seriously if they want to go down that route. However, if you are building JavaScript (framework or not) applications powered by the WordPress REST API, don’t forget about PHP. I’ll run through a few examples of full on JavaScript application builds, where there is equal if not more PHP custom code than JavaScript. So before you learn JS deeply, do you have a moment to talk about PHP?

  • Felix Arntz: Getting the REST API ready for Multisite

    Felix Arntz: Getting the REST API ready for Multisite

    WordCamp Torino 2017Speaker: Felix Arntz

    April 14, 2017 — The REST API is one of the three major focuses that Matt Mullenweg announced for this year. On the other hand, Multisite has always been a minor focus on the WordPress project, as the number of its users is relatively low. However, those few who maintain larger WordPress setups usually activate Multisite and need its functionality as much as ever.

    With WordPress 4.7, the REST API content endpoints were merged into core – however without any proper handling of Multisite. The Multisite team has stepped forward and announced getting the REST API compatible as their primary goal for 2017.

    In his session, Felix will talk about the efforts of bringing Multisite endpoints to the REST API and the challenges that arise as a result.

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  • Jirayu Yingthawornsuk: Extending the WordPress REST API

    Jirayu Yingthawornsuk: Extending the WordPress REST API

    WordCamp Bangkok 2017Speaker: Jirayu Yingthawornsuk

    March 28, 2017 — การเขียน REST route/endpoint เพิ่มเติมจากที่เวิร์ดเพรสเตรียมเอาไว้อยู่แล้ว พร้อมการทำ Authentication ด้วย JWT (JSON Web Token) สำหรับนำเวิร์ดเพรสไปใช้เป็น REST Server สำหรับแอพแบบเต็มตัว

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  • Josh Pollock: Discovering The Content Endpoints Of The WordPress REST API

    Josh Pollock: Discovering The Content Endpoints Of The WordPress REST API

    WordCamp Atlanta 2017Speaker: Josh Pollock

    March 24, 2017 — WordPress 4.7 now includes the content endpoints of the WordPress REST API. These endpoints provide new ways to read and write data on your WordPress sites that is perfect for use with JavaScript-driven interfaces, apps and more. But do you know what exactly is available and how to to find them?

    In this talk I will give an overview of what endpoints are available and which endpoints might be available. Then we will talk about how to use the WordPress REST API to discover what is available from the WordPress REST API.

  • Rachel McCollin: The Rest API For The Rest of Us

    Rachel McCollin: The Rest API For The Rest of Us

    WordCamp Manchester 2016Speaker: Rachel McCollin

    March 15, 2017 — The REST API is THE hot topic right now and almost every WordCamp in the past couple of years has featured talks aimed at developers who want to use it. But what does it mean for people who don’t have the skills to interact with it or aren’t able to ‘learn javascript. Deeply’? In this talk I’ll look at what the REST API means for the future of WordPress for non developers and beginner developers, and outline the opportunities it gives all of us and the way it might change the way non-developers work with WordPress in the future.

  • Daniel Espinoza: Using the WooCommerce REST API

    Daniel Espinoza: Using the WooCommerce REST API

    WordCamp San Antonio 2016Speaker: Daniel Espinoza

    March 14, 2017 — In this talk I’ll show how to integrate your WooCommerce store with other systems that power your business. Perhaps customer data needs to be available to a CRM system, or the order data needs to be updated by the warehouse’s inventory system. All of this functionality an more can be harnessed by using WooCommerce’s built in REST API!

  • Martin Krcho: WP Cron a Rest API

    Martin Krcho: WP Cron a Rest API

    WordCamp Žilina 2016Speaker: Martin Krcho

    March 9, 2017 — Na prvý pohľad patria možno AJAX a cron medzi pokročilé témy, ale nemusí tomu tak byť.
    AJAX je použitý na takmer všetkých webových stránkach, ktoré robia niečo aspoň trošku zaujímavé. Martin Krcho vám ukáže, ako správne nakódiť AJAX-ové volania na WordPress, aby ste mohli držať krok s dobou a nenačítavali pri každom kliknutí celú stránku.
    Cron je zase nevyhnutný na vykonávanie opakovaných úloh, ako napr. posielanie súhrnného e-mailu vašim čitateľom každú nedeľu podvečer. Na WordPress je to hračka, keď viete ako na to.

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  • Jack Lenox: An Introduction to the REST API

    Jack Lenox: An Introduction to the REST API

    WordCamp Athens 2016Speaker: Jack Lenox

    January 30, 2017 — For almost a year, WordPress has had a REST API. The gradual merge began with WordPress 4.4, released on 8 December 2015. This development makes it easier than ever before for developers working on mobile devices, gaming consoles and many other platforms to work with WordPress websites.

    It also makes it much easier for web developers to work with WordPress in all-new ways, such as building themes that use new technologies via JavaScript.

    This talk is an introduction to what the REST API is, how it works, and how you can start working with it today in your plugins and themes.

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