‘WordPress API’ Videos

  • Mitko Kochkovski: Building Websites using React.js and WordPress API

    WordCamp Bristol 2019Speaker: Mitko Kochkovski

    June 25, 2019 — In this talk, Mitko will speak about how you can leverage the WordPress REST API to build awesome websites.

    Using React.js for rendering the frontend outside the WordPress Theme implementation, by using the processor class inside the Reactj.js that will handle all the layouts that your website needs.

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  • Mitko Kochkovski: Building Websites Using React.js and WordPress API

    WordCamp Sofia 2018Speaker: Mitko Kochkovski

    December 10, 2018 — In this talk, Mitko will speak about how you can leverage the WordPress REST API to build awesome websites, using React.js for rendering the frontend outside the WordPress Theme implementation, by using processor class inside the Reactj.js that will handle all the layouts that your website need.

  • Aleksandar Andrijević: Going Native with the WordPress API

    WordCamp Sofia 2017Speaker: Aleksandar Andrijevic

    November 13, 2017 — Need to build a cross-platform iOS/Android mobile application to access WordPress API? Well, Aleksandar Andrijević tried it in NativeScript, and it’s not so difficult task. So why don’t we go through it and see why should you try it also?

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  • Shota Tanno: WP REST APIで実際なにが嬉しいの?

    WordCamp Kyoto 2017Speaker: Shota Tanno

    June 28, 2017 — WP REST APIがコアにマージされ、アプリーケーションとしての開発の幅が更に広がったWordPress。 果たしてWP REST APIはアプリーケーション開発のためだけのものなのでしょうか? 普通のブログでも使えるWP REST APIの導入例を紹介します。

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  • Harshal Limaye: WordPress API – Do More With Less Code

    WordCamp Nashik 2016Speaker: Harshal Limaye

    June 15, 2017 — The goal of this session is to provide a gentle introduction to some of the most commonly used WordPress APIs that can be utilized by developers and site admins to make their life easy, How WordPress stores metadata inside the database, Adding, updating, retrieving and deleting the metadata information and finally he’ll take a look at the core WordPress code that drives the metadata API and how one can use it to create own custom meta tables to take your WordPress projects to the next level.

    WordPress APIs: The APIs which Harshal be covering are as follows:

    1. Plugin API – Hooks, Actions and Filters:
    When beginners needs to perform a specific task what they usually do is they copy and paste a specific code snippet which they got from stackoverflow or from a random blog and paste it inside their functions.php file. However, most of them are unaware of the way that code snippet works. In this section, I’ll provide quick overview of What WordPress hooks are and How developers can utilize them to write more efficient code.

    2. Shortcode API:
    Shortcodes are one of the most simple and easy to use features in WordPress. In this section, I’ll cover, How users can create their own custom shortcodes which can be useful to insert variety of content into their WordPress website.

    3. Dashboard Widget API:
    This is one of the most overlooked features of WordPress. This can be very helpful, for branding or display custom information to users when he logs into his WordPress Dashboard. In this section, I’ll cover, how developers can utilize WordPress Dashboard widgets API to create custom WordPress dashboard widgets.

    4. Options API:
    One of the most popular API available in WordPress used to create, fetch, update, and delete options in a simple and standardized way. WP plugins, themes, and even WordPress itself, holds lot of data in form of options inside the database that matters to your WordPress website. Knowing how you can use or update these in a plugin or theme of very important. In this section, I’ll provide a quick overview of this API, which can be helpful to beginners to get started with this API.

    5. Metadata API:
    Metadata API is one of the primary reasons which make WordPress a powerful CMS. It allows the users to store custom fields inside WordPress database. This feature is widely used by plugins to store and update information.In this section, I will cover various ways of working with WordPress post meta data

  • Ziad Saab: WordPress et React – le meilleur des deux mondes, en plus du rendu serveur!

    WordCamp Montreal 2016Speaker: Ziad Saab

    December 2, 2016 — Maintenant que l’API WordPress a libéré votre CMS favori des confins d’un site monolithique, vous pensez utiliser React+WordPress pour votre prochain site. Bien que les avantages de cette séparation de responsabilités soient clairs, plusieurs questions demeurent, surtout pour un site web bilingue axé sur le contenu. Comment éviter le double chargement AJAX? Comment conserver ses bonnes pratiques SEO techniques? Comment faire l’internationalisation? Durant cette présentation, nous allons prendre comme exemple la construction de la version 2.0 du site de DecodeMTL. Nous vous montrerons ce que nous avons appris en utilisant l’infrastructure WordPress+React, et mettrons en open source le code qui supporte la présentation.

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  • Ryan Fugate: WordPress API – Software of Many Uses

    WordCamp Salt Lake City 2016Speaker: Ryan Fugate

    October 7, 2016 — WordPress has had REST API infrastructure since version 4.4. Get insight into this API and practical use cases for JSON data including desktop and mobile applications.

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  • Nicolas Juen: La WP API : la review technique

    WordCamp Paris 2016Speaker: Nicolas Juen

    May 19, 2016 — La WP REST API est là ! Mais quelles sont les implications techniques ?
    Nous allons faire le tour de la partie technique qui se cache derrière /wp-json/ mais aussi les possibilités en Javascript pour rendre son site plus dynamique et rapide !
    Découvrons ensemble les mutiples facettes et possibilités de la WP API qui attend le/la dev en ambuscade.

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  • Timmy Crawford: Gamify With the WordPress.com API

    WordCamp US 2015Speaker: Timmy Crawford

    December 13, 2015 — Recently I created a “game” using the WordPress.com API to house the data. This talk will go over how the WordPress.com API can be utilized to create custom JS applications. Talk would cover integrating with the API in node.JS applications using the wpcom.js library.

  • Josh Koenig: Decoupled Development with WordPress API

    WordCamp Los Angeles 2015Speaker: Josh Koenig

    October 5, 2015 — The eagle has landed. WP-API 2.0 is here, opening up new horizons for how websites are constructed with WordPress as a CMS. More and more developers are discovering the benefits of “decoupled” website development: where the front-end is built as a separate system from the CMS itself.

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