In this session, I talk to Matt Mullenweg about a variety of issues facing the WordPress community, as well as what’s going on at Automattic, with his podcast, and more.
John James Jacoby talks about his journey into the world of open source software, and what challenges he thinks the WordPress community faces.
Aaron Campbell is the WordPress “Security Czar” and at LoopConf, he sat down with me to talk about what it’s like managing security issues for WordPress.
Kathleen Vignos provides six examples where Wired’s engineering team has used or is using the WordPress REST API, from related posts widgets, to liveblogs, to site synchronization.
Nikolay Bachiyski offers a walkthrough of building a single page application similar to Calypso using the WordPress REST API and React.
Daniel Bachhuber spoke at A Day of REST in London on unlocking the potential of the WordPress REST API at the command line. He’s been integrating WP CLI functionality to utilize functionality brought to WordPress via the REST API.
In this talk from A Day of REST, Joe Hoyle discusses the building blocks of a WordPress REST API project, and how you can leave admin ajax behind.
With Ryan McCue leading off the day at A Day of REST, we were able to learn about the history of web APIs, APIs within WordPress, and where the WordPress REST API fits in.
Automattic is not the parent company of WordPress. They are the parent company of WordPress.com, the hosted website service that utilizes the open source WordPress platform.
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