‘REST API’ Videos

  • Petya Raykovska : The WordPress REST API – a guide for non developers

    Petya Raykovska : The WordPress REST API – a guide for non developers

    WordCamp Cape Town 2017Speaker: Petya Raykovska

    February 15, 2018 — There is a hype surrounding the WordPress REST API these days. People focus on how it will change the future of WordPress, allow developers to expand the range of projects they can build, make WordPress popular outside its own bubble.

    What we rarely talk about are the challenges presented by the REST API

    This talk focuses on the challenges. It’s a short guide to the WordPress REST API from a non-developer perspective – what is it, how it will change WordPress development, combined with some thoughts on the impact it will have on projects created with WordPress and the people creating them.

    – cover some of the hype around the REST API
    – look at what REST is
    – look at APIs more generally and how they enable applications to interact with one another
    – look at how the REST API will impact WordPress development. I’ll cover different ways that people are using it
    – for example custom admins and as a headless CMS
    – look at the impact that the REST API will have on WordPress businesses

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  • Cory Crowley, John Gough: The WordPress REST API: Powering Every Platform

    Cory Crowley, John Gough: The WordPress REST API: Powering Every Platform

    WordCamp Phoenix 2017Speakers: Cory Crowley, John Gough

    January 24, 2018 — The WordPress REST API has the potential to put a familiar face on the content management of a whole world of front-ends. Imagine a campus tour app that uses the same content infrastructure as the event kiosk in the student union and the .edu site. Then come see how to build it.

  • Matthew Knighton: Using the WordPress API to Sync Native Apps

    Matthew Knighton: Using the WordPress API to Sync Native Apps

    WordCamp Auckland 2017Speaker: Matthew Knighton

    January 24, 2018 — In this session we cover a real world cross platform native mobile application that we created to deliver WordPress content for a private school in country NSW Australia.

    We cover the reasons why a mobile app made sense and how we got the REST API to work with Ionic and Angular to make our native apps. It takes in considerations as a business to make before jumping in and some of the issues we found using emerging technology.

  • Bill Robbins: Build Your Own Web App With The WordPress REST API

    Bill Robbins: Build Your Own Web App With The WordPress REST API

    WordCamp Birmingham 2017Speaker: Bill Robbins

    January 16, 2018 — We will introduce the most significant endpoints in the WordPress REST API and have a simple way for you to interact with the API of an actual WordPress website. You will come away with a clear understanding of how to interact with the WordPress REST API and will be given access to a complete mapping of all WordPress REST API endpoints for PostMan.

  • Introduction to the WordPress REST API

    Introduction to the WordPress REST API

    WordCamp Birmingham 2017Speaker: Bill Robbins and Micah Wood

    January 12, 2018 — A friendly introduction to the WordPress REST API for both developers and non-developers. Learn what all the hype is about with the REST API, discover why you might want to use it and dig in with real-life examples and business scenarios.

  • Tejaswini Deshpande: Developing Single Page Web Applications using WordPress RESTful API

    Tejaswini Deshpande: Developing Single Page Web Applications using WordPress RESTful API

    WordCamp Nashik 2017Speaker: Tejaswini Deshpande

    December 13, 2017 — In her talk, she will cover how the power of WordPress REST APIs can be used to create functional Single Page Applications (SPA). Also, if time permits, she would cover possibilities where else the RESTful APIs can be used.

  • Mika Epstein: Lesbians, Damn Lesbians, and Statistics

    Mika Epstein: Lesbians, Damn Lesbians, and Statistics

    WordCamp US 2017Speaker: Mika Epstein

    December 10, 2017 — Using WordPress to queery (not a typo) data and generate statistics based on the entire history of television and understand the impact of fictional death in the media on real life people. As seen on https://lezwatchtv.com

    Overview

    This presentation will discuss the complications of using WordPress to manage a site filled with cross-related data, in order to understand the social and psychological impact of the Bury Your Gays trope on TV. By using WordPress, we were able to easily output the data, but building out a site without planning what data will be captured leads to headaches. There were difficulties in the growth of data, including handling multiple actors and shows, with separate roles, characters who changed names and genders, and the death and revival of another character (does she count as dead)? Through it all, we prioritized open data and open discovery of the data to allow people to take the content and use it for their own purposes.

    Aspects

    – The dead lesbian / bury your queers trope (see also: The Lexa Effect of 2016)
    – Rest API for data promulgation and distribution
    – Confirming theories with data
    – How WordPress makes it ‘easier’ for people to find themselves reflected in media

  • Kristen Symonds : (Not) Just Another WP REST API Talk

    Kristen Symonds : (Not) Just Another WP REST API Talk

    WordCamp Auckland 2017Speaker: Kristen Symonds

    December 3, 2017 — Well, maybe this is just another REST API talk, but it’s well worth talking about now that the REST API is included in WordPress!

    This talk will include some background on the REST API, helping you understand what’s so great about it. You’ll also hear about ways to use the REST API both within your WordPress projects and without.

    If you’ve been wondering what the fuss about the REST API is, what it’s good for, or how to get started using it, this talk is for you.

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  • Jeroen van Dijk: WordPress REST API hacking

    Jeroen van Dijk: WordPress REST API hacking

    WordCamp Nederland 2016Speaker: Jeroen van Dijk

    October 27, 2017 — The REST API is an awesome plugin to expose your data from the WordPress core. But … the standard implementation might not fit your specific case.

    Just like the WordPress core, you’ll be able to extend it to your specific needs. I’ll show you how to handle authentication, introduce caching strategies, alter custom post types, or even change the default way of communication altogether.

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  • Kevin Dees: Create Your Own Theme Page-Builder In Minutes

    Kevin Dees: Create Your Own Theme Page-Builder In Minutes

    WordCamp Wilmington 2017Speaker: Kevin Dees

    October 26, 2017 — In this talk you will see a portfolio site developed and learn how to code your own fast and beautiful page-builder to make it happen. Plus you will see how to create custom post types, use repeater fields, build a REST API, and more.

    Oh, and you will not need a single WordPress plugin.

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