December 12, 2017 — In this talk, we’ll look at how we can use the Arduino software to create our own wifi-connected devices (often for under $10!) that leverage the WordPress REST API to perform tasks from updating live weather readings on a WordPress site, to providing real-world displays of how many WooCommerce orders are waiting to be shipped out.
September 11, 2017 — Keerthana K is a developer based in Cochin, India. She was a participant in Google Summer of Code (GSoC) 2016. She’s an avid FOSS enthusiast and a passionate contributor to quite a few open source projects. She loves to tinker with gadgets and technology and to write about her coding escapades. She was also a speaker to DebConf16, the official Debian conference in 2016 held in Cape Town, South Africa.
This talk is especially meant for Front End Developers and Content Creators who are looking to expand their user base into South Asia and other emerging economies and will be in a beginner level.
June 29, 2017 — By this point, we’ve likely all heard of the “Internet of Things” — everything from thermostats to toasters can now be online for greater connectivity and access from our smartphones. In this talk, we’ll look at how we can build and program our own wifi-connected devices that leverage the WordPress REST API to do anything from updating live weather readings on our WordPress sites, to providing real-world indicators of the number of pending orders in WooCommerce.