April 7, 2019 — For those who have never used the REST API but know basic PHP, this talk will cover how to make a basic endpoint, how to use it on the frontend, and how to convert AJAX calls.
March 29, 2019 — There so much power behind the WordPress REST API. This session will guide you through building a mini theme using the WordPress REST API. Learn how the REST API can be used not just in a theme, but for a mobile app, a plugin, a Gutenberg block, and beyond!
March 8, 2019 — In this talk, we’ll walk through setting up an Alexa Skill using the VoiceWP plugin. Participants will learn how to test a skill locally, develop it using the WordPress REST API, and publish the skill to the Alexa marketplace.
January 23, 2019 — Interacting With WordPress w/ Raspberry Pi + REST API
This talk explains through an example the possibilities around the REST API of WordPress.
We can create any kind of integration with WordPress, it’s possible to create external systems to manage all the content and information behind the CMS.
This talk uses a small device with a microprocessor, like Raspberry Pi or Tessel to show the possibility of the integrations of WordPress with IOT.
In this specific case, I’ll interact with the crowd, asking them to scream very loud, and if they reach a number of decibels some post will be published inside the CMS by the integration with the WP REST API, and they can see live in the address that I will share with them during the talk.
I’ll explain briefly how it works the WP REST API and how this integration was made.
January 8, 2019 — The use cases for the WP REST-API are truly endless. While the api has the potential to power the data for almost any non-WP application, we will discuss how the WP Rest-API can power content syndication across multiple WordPress sites for educational institutions, enterprise publishing/marketing, and even for humanitarian projects to help save lives. All of which while leveraging native WordPress features!
November 26, 2018 — Andrew, a WooCommerce plugin developer is joining us to talk about how to seamlessly integrate their online presence and their offline business applications to reduce data entry and streamline your business processes for online orders.
WooCommerce is one of the most popular eCommerce platform on the web, and has become the de-facto eCommerce option for WordPress. In this session Andrew will demonstrate how you can use the WordPress and WooCommerce REST APIs to sync WooCommerce Orders to your internal CRM, sync Products and Images from your CRM of choice into WooCommerce, and receive instant notifications of new WooCommerce orders.