Roy Sivan: Building Client Side Web Applications with WordPress and WP-API

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  1. guavaworks

    Thanks for checking out my talk. The slides are here:

    Feel free to check out my blog, I talk a lot about the JSON REST API and AngularJS –
    http://www.roysivan.com/blog

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September 15, 2015

I talk about the merits of using Client Side technologies when building out a web application. With WP-API moving its way into core and getting better, building web applications with WordPress is becoming more feasible, and easier. JavaScript MVC frameworks have exploded in popularity over the past couple years and I show that they can be used to build with WordPress, in faux MVC setup. I hope people learn the value in the WP-API, if they did not already, and when client side can be a better option for a custom build.

Prerequisites:
I cover the basics of everything including what is WP-API and the basics on how it works (responses, etc.)

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WordCamp Montréal 2015 34

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Roy Sivan 9

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Client-side 1
WP-API 16

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English 8062

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