October 22, 2018 — Web media paysite development with WP REST API and React
WordPress で運用されているとある大手出版社の有料 Web メディアに副業エンジニアとして参画し、リモートで開発を続ける様子を、WP REST API + React の事例を含め、リモート開発に使用しているツールや運用改善などをご紹介しようと思います。
November 11, 2017 — In his talk about WordPress REST API, Tomislav will give us some real life examples on how to connect mobile applications to WordPress to get the best of both worlds. With WP REST API WordPress became fully-featured application platform and it opened itself up to every other application and development environment on Earth.
October 11, 2017 — WordPress 4.7 introduced the content endpoints for the REST API. This grants access to built in content like posts, pages and categories. However, the power in WordPress often lies in plugins and custom content.
In this talk Timothy Jacobs will explore how you can extend the WordPress REST API to access custom post types, custom taxonomies, metadata and custom fields. He’ll also touch on building completely custom endpoints using the built-in framework introduced in WordPress 4.7.
Intended Audience Type: Developer
Intended Audience Experience: Beginner developer with some experience with CPTs (custom post types) and meta boxes
May 16, 2017 — Cómo programar Endpoints seguros, mejorar la seguridad de nuestra red al crear nuestra propia REST API. Usar la seguridad ya establecida de la WP-REST-API, Oauth1, Oauth2 o a través de las cabeceras.
December 2, 2016 — The talk will be for beginner to novice programmers and front-end people I’d say. The following topics will be covered:
– What is the WP REST API?
– Examples of the WP REST API in the wild
– Using the REST API in a WordPress front-end
– Using the REST API in the WordPress backend
– A decoupled App built with the REST API
– Extending the REST API
– Thoughts on the future of WordPress with the REST API
October 31, 2016 — Detailed steps to build custom JSON API endpoints using WordPress REST API for your next WordPress site.
October 1, 2016 — Do you know Amazon Alexa? / What is Amazon Alexa?
Amazon Alexa is a speech recognition service provided by Amazon.
By combining various AWS applications, you can use it in many ways imaginable.
Our team developed the applications by combining Alexa and WP REST API to control WordPress without using any GUI.
In the session, we’ll introduce GUI-less application and how to combine speech recognition service + WP REST API and how to control WordPress without any GUI.
July 29, 2016 — WP-REST-APIって最近ちょこちょこ耳にするけど、一体何？どういうもの？何ができるの？というような方のためのセッションです。
July 26, 2016 — WordPress 4.4 was released on Dec 8, 2015. It was the first WordPress release to include the infrastructure for a REST API directly in the core codebase. If you’re not familiar with what that means, then the following claim will probably sound like gobbledy gook to you: the inclusion of a REST API for WordPress is arguably one of the most significant changes to be made to the core codebase in years. This talk will help you understand why.
This talk will be aimed at WordPress professionals of all stripes. Whether you are a developer, designer, business owner, or blogger, you should be paying attention to the REST API in WordPress and why it’s so important (and so powerful) for the future of WordPress applications.
In this talk, we’ll discuss what APIs and what it means for them to be RESTful. We’ll talk about why APIs are important in the first place and what having a RESTful one in the core of WordPress means, in real terms. Last, we will talk about the status of the REST API and the efforts that are underway to integrate it more fully with the core.
If you’re a business owner, designer, blogger, or WordPress developer who’s maybe heard of the WordPress API but you don’t really know what it is or why it’s important, you’ll probably get the most out of this talk.
If you are a polyglot developer with a fair amount of experience working directly with RESTful APIs, this talk will probably be too basic for you.
If you’re completely new to WordPress and haven’t done much more than publish a few blog posts and install a few plugins, there’s a chance this talk will be a bit intimidating for you (although honestly I hope it won’t be and you should be brave and come anyway and make me explain anything that didn’t make sense to you… I’m more than happy to do so).
What is an API and why do we care about them?
How is the REST API in WordPress different from all those other APIs they have floating around in the WordPress Core? Is this one different somehow or is it just another API? (Hint: it’s very much the former.)
What does a RESTful API for WordPress mean for me as a designer? As a blogger? As a business owner or entrepreneur? As a developer?