Update: For more information, you can download our free ebook, The Ultimate Guide to the WordPress REST API In last week’s article, I showed just how easy it is to use the new WordPress REST API to get posts from a remote site. In this article we’re going to build on what we learned last week and use the REST API to copy posts from one site to another. First I’ll show you how to create a post in a site with data sourced from a remote site via the REST API. Then I’ll show you how to take a post […]
Update: For more information, you can download our free ebook, The Ultimate Guide to the WordPress REST API In my article on the future of WordPress, I wrote about how the introduction of a JSON RESTful API to WordPress core will radically expand WordPress’s reach and capabilities. What is so exciting about this new REST API — which is currently available as a plugin, and slated to be included in WordPress 4.1 — is its ability to use it to not only display content from other WordPress sites, or even other applications entirely, but to save content from other sites, whether they are […]
This year’s WordCamp Milwaukee featured an array of impressive speakers who discussed trending topics on WordPress business and development. The speakers even included a presentation on Joomla and how to use other PHP frameworks to overcome the limitations of WordPress. A few weeks ago, I wrote about what you can expect in WordPress 4.0, but at WordCamp Milwaukee last weekend I actually got a glimpse into what the future of WordPress has to offer. Presentations by Andrew Nacin, one of the lead developers of WordPress, as well as the lead developers of the REST API project, Ryan McCue of Human […]
Happy #humpday everyone! Has your week been productive? Mine sure has and so has the authors of these new and updated plugins. Check them out after the jump!