Here at WordPress.com, we have over 200 themes (and even more plugins) running inside the biggest WordPress installation around (that we know of anyway!) With all of that code churning around our over 2,000 servers worldwide, there’s one particular WordPress function that we actually try to shy away from; query_posts() If you think you need ... Read More.
WordPress.com for Windows Metro and the REST API
When we were starting work on the WordPress.com for Windows Metro app, we decided to build it entirely with the brand new WordPress.com REST API. The API gave us everything we needed to create a full-featured application that includes reading blogs, social features (post likes, reblogs), and creating new posts. Let’s take a look at ... Read More.
Explore the REST API
I have had the pleasure of working with the WordPress.com REST API over the past few weeks and am very excited to start “dogfooding” this resource everywhere I can. One cool feature is that all the endpoints are self-documenting. In fact, the documentation for the REST API is built by the API itself! With this ... Read More.
It’s alive! curl 'http://public-api.wordpress.com/rest/v1/sites/33534099/posts/43/?pretty=true' ... Read More.