Since I started the series about building themes with AngularJS and WP REST API, I got asked lots of questions that sometimes they were involved more with AngularJS, and sometimes they were more concerned with WP REST API. The Data Projects tool helps you to create your own data driven WordPress apps that run in the WordPress dashboard or on your web pages. The Client-CLI package by the WP REST API team allows remote interaction with a WordPress site using WP-CLI and WP REST API. The API has its own account on Github, rather than being a part of the WordPress account, as there are adjacent repos to the actual API and it wasn't originally guaranteed to be in core. The only problem is that WP REST API seems to be applying the the_content filter to the post content which is adding html and entity codes, but React-Native is displaying this as plain text. This is the simplest solution I was able to find that actually worked. Real Media Library Organize thousands of uploaded files into folders, collections and galleries. Organize media in physical folders. I would NOT use the better rest API plugin. The WP-API team got the documentation updated, so be sure to check this post out before you modifying the JSON response. MediaElement.js is a blazingly fast and amazingly powerful HTML5 audio and video library that creates a unified feel for media files (MP4, MP3, FLV), streaming content (HLS, M(PEG)-DASH, RTMP), and embeddable players like YouTube, Vimeo, Twitch, DailyMotion, Facebook, and SoundCloud.

Fortunately, WP REST API provides the rest_prepare_post filter which will allow us to modify its output. It did add featured images to the rest api but it also broke it. (Thanks PDuran for this.). WP Data Access helps you to manage your WordPress data and database from the WordPress dashboard and publish database tables on your website. I think many WordPress users probably underestimate the amount of data that is made available via the REST API.Just about everything is available to anyone or anything that asks for it: posts, pages, categories, tags, comments, taxonomies, media, users, settings, and more.For most of these types of data, public access is useful. The source can be found on GitHub. WordPress Plugins. Deleting data with the WP REST API is as simple as sending a DELETE request to a particular resource. The key to understanding the various states of the WP REST API is to think in … Having closely looked at ways to create and update resources using the WP REST API, let’s see how we can delete them. If we need to delete a post having an ID of 10, we send the following DELETE request: