Search Results for ‘javascript

  • Thomas Ebert: JavaScript Frontend for WordPress
  • Rick Tuttle: It’s ALIVE! How I built the Wapuu Bot using Javascript, Slack and the WP API

    Rick Tuttle: It’s ALIVE! How I built the Wapuu Bot using Javascript, Slack and the WP API

    WordCamp Miami 2018Speaker: Rick Tuttle

    January 23, 2019 — This session will be a lightning fast overview of how I built the Wapuu Slack bot using Javascript, the Slack API and the WordPress JSON API.

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  • Andrew Taylor: Dynamic Customizer: The JavaScript API

    Andrew Taylor: Dynamic Customizer: The JavaScript API

    WordCamp Miami 2018Speaker: Andrew Taylor

    January 22, 2019 — When working with the WordPress customizer folks tend to create items in PHP. In this session we will look at the customizer JavaScript API to implement dynamic settings, allowing us to bring live preview to complex settings.

  • Nick Smith: Testing Your Critical JavaScript

    Nick Smith: Testing Your Critical JavaScript

    WordCamp Philadelphia 2018Speaker: Nick Smith

    December 7, 2018 — We’ll deep dive into testing in JavaScript. Looking at when to write a test, which type of testing approach to take, and how to be sure other developers feel comfortable adding and editing your tests in the future. We’ll start with an overview of what should be tested and then cover some of the different kinds of testing – unit, integration, and snapshot. We’ll cover when to think about mocking your functions and how to think about critical pathing future testing iterations

  • Zac Gordon: JavaScript for WordPress Workshop PART 3

    Zac Gordon: JavaScript for WordPress Workshop PART 3

    WordCamp Seattle 2017Speaker: Zac Gordon

    August 9, 2018 — In this workshop we will learn about JavaScript fundamentals like the DOM, Events and JSON all using native JavaScript. Then we will introduce the WordPress REST API and look at how to use it in both WordPress themes and stand alone JavaScript applications. Come get a foundation level understanding of this important topic of JavaScript and API driven WordPress development.

    Some experience with jQuery or JavaScript is encouraged.

    COME PREPARED!
    Make sure you come prepared! Come early to make sure you’re ready to go.

    For this workshop you will want to have the following:

    Laptop
    A working local WordPress install with SSL on your laptop (Zac suggests using Local by Flywheel or DesktopServer for easy setup)
    A Code Editor

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  • Zac Gordon: JavaScript for WordPress Workshop PART 2

    Zac Gordon: JavaScript for WordPress Workshop PART 2

    WordCamp Seattle 2017Speaker: Zac Gordon

    August 9, 2018 — In this workshop we will learn about JavaScript fundamentals like the DOM, Events and JSON all using native JavaScript. Then we will introduce the WordPress REST API and look at how to use it in both WordPress themes and stand alone JavaScript applications. Come get a foundation level understanding of this important topic of JavaScript and API driven WordPress development.

    Some experience with jQuery or JavaScript is encouraged.

    COME PREPARED!
    Make sure you come prepared! Come early to make sure you’re ready to go.

    For this workshop you will want to have the following:

    Laptop
    A working local WordPress install with SSL on your laptop (Zac suggests using Local by Flywheel or DesktopServer for easy setup)
    A Code Editor

    Presentation Slides »

  • Zac Gordon: JavaScript for WordPress Workshop PART 1

    Zac Gordon: JavaScript for WordPress Workshop PART 1

    WordCamp Seattle 2017Speaker: Zac Gordon

    August 9, 2018 — In this workshop we will learn about JavaScript fundamentals like the DOM, Events and JSON all using native JavaScript. Then we will introduce the WordPress REST API and look at how to use it in both WordPress themes and stand alone JavaScript applications. Come get a foundation level understanding of this important topic of JavaScript and API driven WordPress development.

    Some experience with jQuery or JavaScript is encouraged.

    COME PREPARED!
    Make sure you come prepared! Come early to make sure you’re ready to go.

    For this workshop you will want to have the following:

    Laptop
    A working local WordPress install with SSL on your laptop (Zac suggests using Local by Flywheel or DesktopServer for easy setup)
    A Code Editor

    Presentation Slides »

  • Bobby Bryant: Javascript Beyond jQuery

    Bobby Bryant: Javascript Beyond jQuery

    WordCamp Miami 2018Speaker: Bobby Bryant

    July 10, 2018 — His talk will cover core Javascript concepts which can often be overlooked when simply writing jQuery. In order to move beyond jQuery, this talk will first demystify how jQuery actually works at a fundamental level. To do this we will build our own MVP version of jQuery. Next this talk will cover other core JS concepts to provide a well rounded base before moving into the next talk (Modern JS). Some of the topics we will be touching on are the prototype, higher order functions, and various ways to create objects.

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  • Jadon Naas: JavaScript! What is it good for?

    Jadon Naas: JavaScript! What is it good for?

    WordCamp Pittsburgh 2017Speaker: Jadon Naas

    July 10, 2018 — Matt Mullenweg himself challenged the WordPress community to learn JavaScript deeply. WordPress is maturing into a full-featured platform for developing single-page and event-driven web applications using JavaScript and the WordPress REST API. WordPress is fully capable of supporting developers looking to add AJAX behaviors to their existing plugins, themes, and websites. We’ll examine some methodologies to deploy the REST API in event-driven applications. We’ll discuss how developers can add AJAX behaviors to their plugins, themes, or websites. For developers interested in building entire custom applications with the data management and user controls WordPress provides, we’ll talk how this can be done.
    During this talk, we’ll also touch on how libraries like React.JS (Facebook) are rapidly maturing and can be utilized with WordPress for front-end application development.

  • Adam Silverstein: JavaScript APIs in WordPress

    Adam Silverstein: JavaScript APIs in WordPress

    WordCamp Europe 2018Speaker: Adam Silverstein

    July 9, 2018 — We will explore the existing major JavaScript API’s including wp.api – the bundled REST API client, wp.customize the improved JavaScript Customizer API, wp.codeEditor – the new code editor built into WordPress; wp.heartbeat – a powerful and easy client/server synchronization API; and wp.media – to leverage the media modal. We’ll also explore the future of WordPress JavaScript and look at the JavaScript APIs coming to WordPress including the APIs exposed by Gutenberg, and the WordPress npm packages including wp.hooks – JavaScript actions and filters matching the PHP versions.