A Day of REST — a conference devoted to the WordPress REST API. Come hear me talk about how we’re using WP-API at Fusion, along with other fabulous presenters. Thursday, January 28th, 2016 in London.
Capturing advice I left for the sands of time. Set a clear mission statement for the project. This will give clarity to the problem you’re solving, what to say yes to, and what to say no to. You ideally want to avoid crises of faith late in the project. For your contributors, clarify involvement expectations. When […]
WP REST API: Version 2.0 Beta 1. Boomshakalaka.
Information disclosure security vulnerability debrief. The run-down on what was fixed in WP-API last Thursday. Seven hours of adrenaline.
WP-API Lovers, it’s been too long… With v1.2 out the door, Ryan wrote an update detailing what we’ve been working on for the last 6+ months.
Use JSON Schema to define schemas for our Controllers. If you care about the future of WP-API, and APIs generally, you should digest this PR thoroughly. Opinions welcome.
This past week, I got to do my first client project using WP-API. The scope of the project is to create custom endpoints for a WordPress-based web application. The endpoints will eventually be used to power iOS and Android apps. I thought I’d use the opportunity to gauge usability of using it in a project. My […]