Adding Custom Routes to the WordPress REST API

Most of the discussion around the WordPress REST API has been about querying the default routes. In that sense, we’re treating it as a monolithic API—like the Twitter API, for example…. Source: https://torquemag.io/2015/06/adding-custom-routes-wordpress-rest-api/

Introducing the WP REST API

In the current part of the introductory series to the WP REST API, we will learn to create, update, and delete data using the WP REST API. We will also learn…… Source: https://code.tutsplus.com/series/introducing-the-wp-rest-api–cms-896

Get post by slug

Skip to content You can’t perform that action at this time. You signed in with another tab or window. Reload to refresh your session. You signed out in another tab or window. Reload to refresh your session…. Source: https://github.com/WP-API/WP-API/issues/456

WP REST API: Retrieving Data

In the previous parts of the series, we have been looking at what the WP REST API is and how it can help us build better applications using the WordPress back end.  Then we looked at two ways to set up authentication on the server for generating authenticated requests…. Source: https://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/wp-rest-api-retrieving-data–cms-24694

WP Rest API convert permalink to post ID for fetch

The core rewrite API does offer the function url_to_postid() (as mentioned by @stephen-sabatini) which can find a post ID from a URL. However it seems less than ideal to have to make a request up front just to determine the post ID…… Source: https://wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/282716/wp-rest-api-convert-permalink-to-post-id-for-fetch

Adding Custom Endpoints

The WordPress REST API is more than just a set of default routes. It is also a tool for creating custom routes and endpoints. The WordPress front-end provides a default set of URL mappings, but the tools used to create them (e.g…. Source: https://developer.wordpress.org/rest-api/extending-the-rest-api/adding-custom-endpoints/

How to make custom endpoints for WordPress REST API

All version of WordPress 4.4 and above support the much-anticipated REST API. HTTP REST API enables WordPress users to break the limitations of a WordPress website so that they can interact with their website remotely…. Source: https://www.wpeka.com/make-custom-endpoints-wordpress-rest-api.html

WP API: Adding Custom Endpoints

Here at WDS, we’re expanding our usage of the WP API. We have had a number of API posts in the past, and now we want to cover custom API endpoints more thoroughly…. Source: https://webdevstudios.com/2016/05/24/wp-api-adding-custom-endpoints/