Evan Mullins: WP API, What Is It Good For? Absolutely Everything!

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November 7, 2016

See the Power. Every WordPress website has (or will have soon) an API built-in! What can you do with that? It allows us to further separate the data from the code. Because WordPress is a great CMS we can use it to manage our data and then via the API access that data to power whatever we like. We’ll touch a handful of examples and explore an iOS app pulling all it’s data and assets from a WordPress site via this API.

See the Power of the WP API. Now that every WordPress website has (or will have) an API built-in, what can you do with it? It allows us to further separate the data from the code. Use WordPress to manage our data and then via the API easily access or update that data to power whatever we like. We’ll touch how to set it up and a handful of examples and then explore an iOS app pulling all it’s data and assets from a WordPress site via this API.

This will be geared for developers with some “how to” but also for everyone interested in the power of WordPress and where things are heading.

Learn how to spell WP-API
Learn about the power and flexibility it brings to WordPress
See it working in a live app

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WordCamp Raleigh 2016 34

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Evan Mullins 4

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WP-API 15

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English 4440

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