Last week we added translations support, a REST API and better management of upload file fields to Caldera Forms. In this post, I provide a technical overview of how that worked and what the challenges are.
Connecting multiple WordPress sites together using the WordPress REST API. Slides from the WordPress REST API.
I’m presenting at WordCamp Orlando today on major events in the life cycle of a request to the front-end of WordPress. The goal of this talk is to help you understand how we get from index.php to a fully formed page on your site.
I’m happy to announce I’m working on a four part video course, teaching you how to use the WordPress REST API to exceed expectations of what WordPress can do, deliver more “WOW” to your clients and ensure you are ready for the future of WordPress.
Until recently, I was under the mistaken impression that once you closed a scratch file in phpStorm it was lost for ever. Turns out I was wrong. WOO!
The WordPress REST API is more then the default routes, its a highly extensible tool for creating APIs. Learn how to extend it and make it fit your own needs.
Working with access control headers and other global headers for the WordPress REST API.
WordPress is a free software, and those freedoms are partially about providing the ability to learn from the software. Reading the source will provide you with an understanding of your software, and a learning experience that no documentation can provide.
The XY problem tends to blind us from the fact that our tools can too easily become our problem instead of fixing it. Also, this is how you connect to VVV’s MySQL server using Sequel Pro.
Slides and links from my WPSessions talk on using Composer for WordPress plugin development.