I was super lucky to be able to attend LoopConf last week. Ryan Sullivan and his team put on an amazing conference. I’ve never been to a fancy developer conference before, and I had a blast. Thanks Ryan for having me! I just wanted to share a few observations about what made LoopConf special and share my […]
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.
One concern about the WordPress REST API has been adding a new authentication system. I think this is because of all the excitement about fun new apps that we could build connecting outside of WordPress. That’s cool, but WordPress’ existing authentication system is all we need for the cool things we could use the REST API for in WordPress core as well as plugins and themes.
Connecting multiple WordPress sites together using the WordPress REST API. Slides from the WordPress REST API.
Slides, links and information for my WordCamp Miami talks on AngularJS for WordPress developers. Making WordPress plugin admin screens with Angular.
If you are a WordPress developer, you need to learn about the WordPress REST API. I have released my WordPress REST API course, with 17 videos and example code.
Over the last year, I have thought a lot about how the WordPress REST API changes how we build WordPress plugins. Working on Ingot has allowed me to put those ideas into practice.
Over the last few months I’ve put a lot of time into writing Ingot, my A/B testing plugin for WordPress. This was an opportunity to test a lot of my opinions on WordPress development and I wanted to share what I learned.
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.